Here We Go (football chant)

Here We Go (Football Chant)

Here We Go (football chant)

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"Here We Go" is the archetypal football chant, composed of the words "here we go" sung over and over again to the tune of Sousa's Stars and Stripes Forever. Used at the time of the miners' strike as a rallying call, the song is often interpreted to precede a battle of some kind - in popular thought it is the chant of an aggressive football firm or gang; yet, unlike many football chants, it contains no explicitly offensive lyrics and is known widely. It is also an integral component of "The Music Man", alongside "The Dam Busters" and the theme tune to Match of the Day.

The same segment of Sousa tune is sometimes employed for club-specific football chants (for example Plymouth Argyle supporters regularly sing "Ar-guy-ull, ar-guy-ull, ar-guy-ull") and as a vehicle for exhortations to the players (a team that has scored three goals might be encouraged to "Give us four" etc), an impromptu observation on the on-field action ("Send him off") or a taunt ("You are crap"). The supporters of Nottingham Forest used the melody with the words "Bri-an Clough" in honour of the then manager Brian Clough before the kick-off of each match. The singing would only stop once Clough had acknowledged the chant with a wave.The supporters of Valencia CF used to sing the melody with the words "Xe que bó!" which means something like "Oh! How good" in Catalan.

The chant formed the title and a...
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