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Ten Men Went To Mow Ten Men Went To Mow   Tune: De Ken    
FromNeil S (23rd March 2004)    
We're red, you're dead, were bouncing on
your head Aberdeen!
one of the nicer, more mellow songs sung
by the dons faithful

Ten Men Went To Mow Ten Men Went To Mow   Tune: One Man Went To Mow    
FromNeil S (23rd March 2004)    
Ten man went to mow,
went to mow a meadow,
Ten men, nine men, eight men, seven
men, six men, five men, four men, three
men, two men, one man and his dog...
went to mow a meadow
A very popular song, even has a dons
fanzine named after it

The Goal Kick The Goal Kick   Tune: If Ye Can Figure It Out I'll Give You $1'000'000    
FromRedultras (08th May 2005)    
This is an absolute classic. Sung every
time the goalkeeper is running up to
take his goal kick. You have to start in
a low voice and at the end you're in a
medium sort of voice. Sheer

The Minkers From Dundee The Minkers From Dundee   Tune: The Adams Family    
FromG. Murison (29th January 2004)    
They come from Broughty Ferry,
They can't afford a telly,
They're stinky and they're smelly,
The minkers from Dundee
Sung at Dundee games obviously!

The Northern Lights The Northern Lights   Tune: The Northern Lights    
FromZRIDDLA (25th August 2003)    
The Northern Lights of old Aberdeen,
Mean home sweet home tae me.
The Northern Lights of Aberdeen,
Are where I long to be.
I've been a wanderer all of my life,
And many the sights I have seen.
God speed the day, when am on my way,
To my home in Aberdeen.

When I was a loon, a tiny wee loon,
Ma mither said tae me.
Go see the Dons, the glorious Dons,
Down at Pittod-e-rie.
They call them the heavenly dancers,
They're strong in attack and defence.
And since that day, that glorious day,
I've been a supporter since.
Makes the hairs on you're neck stand on
end when sung at Ibrox when we're
winning (yes i'm that old).

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