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Favourite Rangers and Loyalist Song?

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46 minutes ago, jackrfc95 said:

Shouldn't be encouraging that nonsense.

Follow with pride. 

I don't, he makes his own mind up.

I always follow with pride, if my name wasn't Billy i would absolutely condemn singing the Billy boys.

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Since it has been mentioned....

 

 

And this...

 

 

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Follow, Follow, is an iconic Rangers song which I grew up listening to, on my brothers Rangers LP, but Four Boys Had A Dream, To Start A Football Team, is my favourite modern Rangers song.

Wee Spot In Europe,is my all time favourite loyalist/traditional song. Don't even have to think about it, unless I'm having a 'Senior Moment,' always has been my favourite since I first learned the words on the Edinburgh John Greig RSC bus, way back in the very early 1970's. There was a guy on the bus who used to teach me the words to a loyalist song whenever he was on the bus, coming back from games. I've forgotten most of them now, but can usually sing along with them,but I've never forgotten Wee Spot In Europe. The bus used to stop at the Union Jack LOL, in Ballieston before each game, and the juke box, at the time, was full of 'Traditional Music' although most of the songs were medleys. In those days, following Rangers was, sometimes, better than watching Rangers, 1970-1984.

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Then came the day for all to view
When scorn and lies held sway
Those evil men with no virtue
They swore my life away
But for dare or ill I am Loyal Still
They never can decree
To force retreat or stop the beat
This Loyal Heart in me.

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Here lies a Soldier will always be my favourite.

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Trip to Ibrox by The Bluenotes and Free Ulster by Young Guns.

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At the match,Follow Follow and Derry Walls.........At home Londonderry on the Foyle ,UDR4,Orange Wings 

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Fav loyalist

Showing my age but loved when this was belted out at Ibrox pre-reconstruction.

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They change all the time but The Billy Boys and No Pope of Rome probably.

Right now at games and going it's Every Saturday we follow, When I was young and UDA all the way.

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16 hours ago, worcesterloyal said:

At the match,Follow Follow and Derry Walls.........At home Londonderry on the Foyle ,UDR4,Orange Wings 

That is a fantastic song. 

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Cyc,the night we burned ardoyne,gunrunners 

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On 15/10/2017 at 05:03, BridgeIsBlue said:

Then came the day for all to view
When scorn and lies held sway
Those evil men with no virtue
They swore my life away
But for dare or ill I am Loyal Still
They never can decree
To force retreat or stop the beat
This Loyal Heart in me.

memories of old ever bright I hold since rocked on loyal knee

fantastic tune

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Every Saturday We Follow is a great chant and probably my favourite one these days. Overall don't think anything beats Follow Follow. 

Don't really have a favourite loyalist song.

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Whats everyones favourite flute songs? heres mine, not necessarily my favourite bands but these are the versions i could find on youtube, Pride of Motherwell is a great band tho, not that familiar with the other two

  

 

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probably tbb when we could sing it loud and proud. Londonderry on the foyle/stevie McCrea

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