Hillsborough song - Evertonian wrote this

Hillsborough remembrance and related information

Postby god_bless_john_houlding » Sun Mar 30, 2008 11:31 pm

one of me mates, Jimmy, is an Everton fan but this a song he wrote about the hillsborough tradgedy.

Blinded By The Sun

They wrote some horrible things back in 89
They hurt every single friend of mine
But some believed what was said and not what was done
Some were blinded by The Sun

To sell a story they told so many lies
About innocent people losing lives
But some believed what was loaded in the media gun
Some were blinded by The Sun

Hurtful words that stay within me
19 years on still not an apology
But some believed that we stole and then we run
Some were blinded by The Sun

We the football fans keep the faith
Of a band of brothers without hate
And we don’t believe what was wrote by that scum
We weren’t blinded by The Sun

We stand together with our hearts proud
That the boycott message is so loud
And we don’t believe what they think about a daughter or son
We weren’t blinded by The Sun

We lay our flowers, scarves and shirts
19 years on and it still bloody hurt
And we don’t believe the same as those some
We weren’t blinded by The Sun
1) You'll Never Walk Alone
2) pass and move is the Liverpool groove
4) If Torres has scored 60 league goals for Liverpool by the start of the 2011/12 season, I'll say he's better than Owen.
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Postby NANNY RED » Sun Apr 06, 2008 11:49 pm

Very moving John
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Postby Kharhaz » Tue Apr 08, 2008 2:35 am

This picture tells its own story:


In that tribute lay the sympathies of United fans, Everton fans, and fans from across the country, when it comes to it, we are all human. When some rag, and indeed the the scumbag who wrote it for that rag get a song of there own thats when I think, do they deserve it? No they dont. We all know the pain and suffering that has been caused by the incident itself, that rag decided to inflame the situation so the "armchair" fans of other clubs could buy the rubbish they were selling and live in the ignorance that is existent to them. There are far greater rememberances than that song which is written above.
Bill Shankly: “I was the best manager in Britain because I was never devious or cheated anyone. I’d break my wife’s legs if I played against her, but I’d never cheat her.”
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Postby das20093 » Mon Apr 13, 2009 10:11 pm

great song
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Postby xxLiverPrinc3ssxx » Tue Apr 14, 2009 1:01 am

Wow! Great lyrics.
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