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New Tune Needed At Wycombe

After years of enduring the wretched 'Singing the Blues' boom over the PA system, the fans have rightly decided to politely stick their two fingers up at the aging tune and the club is open to suggestions to find a new one.

I for one, am extremely glad that this song is receiving it's marching orders and I would like to suggest a couple myself before I email the club!

In my opinion, we need a more adrenaline pumping tune that will get the fans and the players in the right frame of mind for the 90 minute battle to come and my recommendations would be.

All My Life by the Foo Fighters - Definitely fits the 'adrenaline pumping' category, however, like many songs it is hard to get songs that relate to football and this one certainly doesn't tick that box.

Helicopter by Bloc Party - An upbeat song no doubt you may recognise it from ITV's sport coverage I do believe, this is definitely one of my top preferences.

Beautiful Day by U2 - I think this would be great for the players to run out to, fans will know the words too so it's just a bonus!

Just The Way I'm Feeling or Feeling A Moment by Feeder - This is my musical taste beginning to come through but either one of these two would go down well I think.

Livin' For The Weekend by Hard-Fi - A top song no doubt and as football is normally played on the weekend and people spend a lot of their week looking forward to it, this one is actually relevant!

To be fair that's more my musical preferences coming across if I'm being totally honest but I've made my choice and I'd like to hitch up the bandwagon and promote my cause for Living For the Weekend to get the nod. A high octane, singalong tune that has a relevant name to match.

So if you support my choice, email Hard-Fi, Living For The Weekend to mailto:webmaster@wwfc.com by Friday 20th July and put the nail in the Singing the Blues coffin!




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Date:Thursday July 5 2007

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