No, not entirely. Liverpool and Celtic sing the song. Man United sing the tune, with words that insult Liverpool or Man City. Also, some teams sing 'Sign on, sign on' in the same tune which can get easily mixed up in recordings.
Now used by the Liverpool FC faithfull as their anthem You'll Never Walk Alone is actually a show song from the 1945 Rodgers and Hammerstein musical Carousel.
It was later sung by Nina Simone in1958 then Gerry and The Pacemakers in 1963.
1964 - Liverpool supporters adopted it first
Liverpool currently sing it at their matches, but how you have categorized it leads me to believe that the answer is Manchester United.
Neither, Luton did. But between Liverpool and Celtic, it was Celtic.
Hope this helps.
You´ll never walk alone
blue moon-man city :) forever blowing bubbles-west ham you,ll never walk alone-liverpool :> and the scottish you,ll never walk alone-celtic ;) Celtic is sh*te btw rangers til i die
"You`ll never walk alone" is FC Liverpool's FAMOUS song. Ferry Across the Mersey by Jerry and the Pacemakers is another song strongly linked to Liverpool.
No they can`t walk in sun light unless you dress and walk in the sun you`ll be okey.
yes there is, but only as a user-made video on youtube.
Yes. According to author Jim White, Manchester United fans had "no problem" singing the anthem in the 1970s until it came to be viewed as a "musical symbol of Scouseness" and their rival's ongoing success, at which point they began to parody it.F--k off, F--k offWith an 'ole in your a--eAnd You'll Never Walk AgainUpon hearing this version at the 1977 F.A. Cup Final, match commentator John Motson erroneously announced to television viewers "And indeed it's the Liverpool anthem 'You'll Never Walk Alone' that's being sung, ironically by the Manchester United supporters." By the time of the 1983 F.A. Cup Final, six years later, Man Utd supporters were themselves confused. While thousands of old school fans belted out the mock anthem, a small fresh faced element joined in with Brighton & Hove Albion fans, singing instead "You'll Never Walk Alone", seemingly not appreciating the difference. Later versions took aim at Liverpool's unemployment and economic decline.A story circulated in 2004 tells of Manchester United fans singing "You'll Never Walk Alone" shortly after the Munich Air Disaster in 1958. This is not taken seriously by sports historians who can find no evidence in support of the claim.Note: There are related questions with this answer. See below.
You just type in Google, and there u 'll have it... Here type it like this: Never Say Never By Justin Bieber
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im not. i''ll never will. i haven't. don't be worried.
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