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  1. Nothing came up when I searched for 'club songs' so hope this one hasn't been done before... So your club has a song or chant, maybe more than one. Disregarding the particular lyrics, any idea where the melody comes from? Seems that quite a few are based on songs from musicals or pieces of classical/orchestral music. Couple of examples. Aberdeen's Stand Free uses Aaron Copland's Appallachian Spring Theme (better known to many as Lord of the Dance). Montrose's Dynamo uses the tune of O Tannenbaum, an occasional Christmas standard. And Hello Hello is based on a folk song written during the US Civil War, Marching Through Georgia. Anybody got examples of club songs or chants that borrow interesting melodies from other sources?
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    A fantastic band with a brilliant drummer. 5. Lemonworld 4. Fake Empire 3. Guest Room 2. About Today 1. All The Wine Impossible doing that list. Boxer is definitely one of the greatest albums ever recorded.
  3. Following Dumbarton all over the country and having a very good support ourselves, I always find that other teams have songs about their own club, whether it be about their club itself, a cup success or one of their players and we tend not to create that much of an atmosphere at home, apart from the conventional 'Dumbarton *clap, clap, clap*' chants. Do any fellow Sons fans have ideas for songs for our fans to sing at home and away about the club, players etc, and lets try to create an atmosphere at the rock.
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