The English Football Clubs Song: A Parody (The Best One Yet!)

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The English Football Clubs Song: A Parody (The Best One Yet!)

This is a collection of (hopefully) every single English football club across all five professional divisions (Premiership, Championship, League Two, League One and Blue Square Premier League).

I swear, this is my parody. I wrote this and spent a long time tweaking it so that I fit them all in and didn't repeat a single team.

(Try and) sing along to 'The Elements Song' by Tom Lehrer.

I think this is one of my best parodies ever. You be the judge, though.

There's Aston Villa, Arsenal and Aldershot and Tottenham
And Liverpool and Swindon Town, Northampton Town and Rotherham.
There's Man City and Chesterfield and Macclesfield and Cheltenham
And Lincoln City, Luton Town, Hull City and Birmingham.

There's Cardiff City, Walsall, Millwall and there's Leyton Orient.
And Stockport County, Derby County, Scunthorpe and The Albion.
Crewe Alexandra, Fulham, Blackburn Rovers, also Everton...(Breathe)
And Carlisle and Huddersfield and Hartlepool and Sunderland...

There's Doncaster and Bristol Rovers, Bristol City, Yeovil Town
And Crystal Palace, Charlton, Reading, QPR and Ipswich Town.
There's Darlington and MK Dons and Swansea City, Peterb'rough
And Shrewsbury, Notts County, Grimsby, Wycombe Wand'rers, Middlesbrough.

(Take a break ;D )

There's Chelsea, West Ham, Plym'th Argyle, Watford, Barrow AFC
And Cambridge, Crawley, Torquay, Man United, Wolves and York City
And Leicester City, Chester City, Preston, Brentford, Altrincham
And Eastbourne Borough, Grays, Southampton, Sheffield Wednesday, Gillingham.

There's Leeds United, Kidderminster, Oldham, Brentford, Barnsley
And Colchester and Southend, Wigan, Sheff'ld United, Salisbury.
Bradford City, Wrexham, Burton Albion and Coventry...
And Bury, Rushden'n'Diamonds, Woking, Weymouth, Histon, Kettering...

There's Stevenage and Ebbsfleet Town and Newcastle and Norwich
And Mansfield Town and Morcambe, Port Vale, Brighton'n'Hove and Northwich
And Barnet, Bournemouth, Tranmere Rovers, Accrington and Hereford
And Burnley, Blackpool, Bolton Wand'rers, Forest Green and Oxford.

Along with Dagenham and Redbridge are football's five divisions.
And there may be new ones out there, but they've made some bad decisions.

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