Remember back in the mid-80s,when the Everton squad shuffled, recalcitrantly perhaps, on to the set of the Terry Wogan show, and proceeded to give us a giggly, cringe-worthy, but nonetheless memorable moment of happiness during those wonderful, oft-recollected years?
I don't know if the tradition of reproducing generic novelty songs is dying out in this country, with regards to the FA Cup Final, and its shameful de-valuation, but was wondering if we were planning to continue or revive this traditional staple of the English footballing diet? Anyone have a clue ?
I for one would love to see Mo The Fro, Cahill and Peanut etc pitch up on the Jonathon Ross show, lip-syncing terribly, sporting horrendous trackies, taking the piss out of each other, while Hibbert stands at the back of the group, having absolutely none of it!!!
Does anyone know if we are doing a song, and any suggestions as to what it should be? Here We Go.....
Kevin Hudson, Posted 04/05/2009 at 14:58:16
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1 Posted 05/05/2009 at 04:10:39
2 Posted 05/05/2009 at 08:02:03
3 Posted 05/05/2009 at 09:59:00
31,000 tickets for the semi and 25,000 tickets for the final in a stadium that holds 90,000 - "justifiable devaluation"...
4 Posted 05/05/2009 at 10:27:46
All Together Now was class in 95 (Commentary from Alan Green his only good contribution to football)
"..heres Limpar, Limpar on Calderwood.... Amokachi SCORES for Everton.."
Not sure the Everton players would fit in with the Four Puffs and a Piano!.
5 Posted 05/05/2009 at 22:08:50
With a flamethrower and a sledgehammer and give that greasy haired Prick a beating of epic proportions. I cannot stand this individual, and for Everton to appear on the show would be a disaster in my eyes.
Anyway, I remember way back in the summer of 1984 when Everton were FA Cup winners and Charity Shield holders, and appearing on Wogan with a song, that was let?s say "questionable".
I can play it in my head right now, seeing Gray, Reid, Harper and others in god awful attire and illegal haircuts hardly even moving to the tune, sort of like the types who always stayed at the back of the disco and hid in the shadows when Careless Whisper came on, which if memory serves, was the Number One single when the team appeared on the show (August 1984).
Move forward eleven years and the Farm did the duties with "All Together Now", which made little impact on the charts, and was probably more of a disaster than what was heard before.
I don?t really care or have much time for Final Tunes, so long as we can win this FA Cup, then maybe, just maybe, a song might be heard (or two).
6 Posted 05/05/2009 at 22:45:38
Right now he is probably re-writing Teenage Kicks with Everton lyrics .
7 Posted 05/05/2009 at 23:49:56
8 Posted 06/05/2009 at 13:01:41