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Thread: 'The Fields of Anfield Road': What does this song mean to you?

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    I never used to think much of this song until:

    a) I listened to it in a proper musical recording (please watch this, you'll like it even more than YNWA if you're like me: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FNxDKLzs0zU . Kenny is actually singing the line about himself ). The line about Hillsborough makes me shed tears.

    b) Listening to the original "Fields of Athenry" song which is also beautiful
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    im a glaswegian of irish lineage and i love both songs.
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    Sad to hear it song so solemnly today for the Munster Coach Anthony Foley sadly passed away aged 42. R.I.P
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    Quote Originally Posted by gliderman View Post
    Sad to hear it song so solemnly today for the Munster Coach Anthony Foley sadly passed away aged 42. R.I.P
    Well said.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CorkDork View Post
    Heighway, Whelan, Beglin, Aldridge, Houghton, Lawerson, Finnan, Keane, Sheedy, and the fact that about 25% of the city's population was Irish in the 1970s and 80s. I think you'll find that is why we support Liverpool FC. Everton may have been the catholic team historically, but even that fact never made them popular in Ireland. If we were all glory hunters we would have ended our alliegience a long time ago, and they wouldn't still be the best supported team in the country. Liverpool and Ireland have always been linked, - where do you think the recipe for scouse stew came from? But then your a chav, so what would you know?
    the answer is Norway
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