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This song is one of my personal favorites, as it tells the story of a young boy named Tommy sent away to fight for his country in WWII.
He gets shot, and as he lays dying, his last words are how much he loves Liverpool FC.
It really shows how much the club means to its supporters.
"Can I tell you the story of a poor boy Who was sent far away from his home To fight for his king and his country And also the old folks back home
Now they put him in a highland division Sent him off to a far foreign land Where the flies flew around in the thousands And there was nothing to see but the sand
Now the battle it started the next morning Underneath the old lybian sun I remember the poor Scouser Tommy Who was shot by an old Nazi gun
As he lay on the battlefield dying (dying, dying) With the blood gushing out of his head (of his head) As he lay on the battlefield dying (dying, dying) These were the last words he said
OOOH I am a Liverpudlian And I come from the Spion Kop I love to sing, I love to shout I get kicked out quite a lot! We support a team that's dressed in red It's a team that you all know It's a team that we call Liverpool, and to glory we will go! We won the league, we won the Cup, we've been to Europe, too. We played the Toffees for a laugh and left them feeling blue!
It requires a little bit more memorization that the others, but still a great song.