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YNWA: How You'll Never Walk Alone became a Liverpool FC anthem

You ll never walk alone

Walk on through the wind Walk on through the rain Find more similar lyrics on Though your dreams Be tossed and blown. Gold Can Turn to Sand — Kristina Fran Duvemala Deluxe Edition 15. In the film, it is first sung by as Nettie. In the second act of the musical, the character of Nettie Fowler, a cousin of the main character Julie Jordan, sings 'You'll Never Walk Alone' to comfort her when her husband Billy dies. Today, the words 'You'll Never Walk Alone' appear on Liverpool's crest based on the design of the Shankly Gates, which were erected outside Anfield in 1982. American singer performed this song in a surprise appearance at the close of the , in honor of the victims of the. The song spent four weeks at number one and ten weeks inside the top ten, but fans kept on singing it long after it fell out of the chart altogether.

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You ll never walk alone

When Liverpool played pre-season matches in in 2013,. It is then reprised in the final scene of the musical, to encourage a graduation class of which Louise - Billy and Julie's daughter - is now a member. Try to Remember — The Fantasticks 7. Twenty-five years after the first coroner's inquest concluded the deaths were accidental, the campaigning efforts of the families of the deceased resulted in a new verdict being delivered stating that their relatives had been unlawfully killed. Probably the most famous other than Liverpool and Celtic is , who when the two sides met in the during the 2015-16 season. Additional football teams which now use the song include , , Belgium's and , Japan's , Spain's , Greece's and Indonesia's. Since then, it has become widespread among a number of clubs.

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You ll never walk alone

Most agree that the Scottish team's fans brought it home with them after they played Liverpool at Anfield in the 1966 European Cup Winners' Cup semi-finals, and it is now sung before European games at Celtic Park. It wasn't long before the crowd chanted 'You'll Never Walk Alone' as loud as they possibly could, and it was all rather magical. He said, 'Gerry my son, I have given you a football team and you have given us a song'. Today, Twente fans sing the song before every home game. One year later, when Liverpool faced Leeds in the cup final, the travelling Kop sang the same song and match commentator commended the 'Liverpool signature tune'. The reporters travelling with the party subequently sent word home that You'll Never Walk Alone was the new club song and things developed from there. On 13 March 2016, after 's 2—0 win against in the German , supporters of both teams performed the song to commemorate a Dortmund fan who died from a in the stands during the game.

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You'll Never Walk Alone Lyrics

You ll never walk alone

A special version of the song had also been recorded in 1985 following the Valley Parade fire at Bradford City that killed 56 spectators. The song is also sung at clubs around the world, where it is performed by a massed chorus of supporters on matchday; this tradition developed at after the chart success of the 1963 single of the song by the local group. Finishing the Hat — Sunday in the Park with George 12. At the end of a storm There's a golden sky And the sweet silver Song of a lark. When you walk through a storm Hold your head up high And don't be afraid of the dark. More than 2,000 Liverpool Football Club fans in Hong Kong condemned his inappropriate use of the song, comparing his support of the police action to the police actions in the 1989 , where were found to have distorted facts relating to the by negligence of 96 Liverpool supporters. In ice hockey, it is used by Germany's Krefeld Pinguine and Croatia's Medveščak Zagreb.

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You ll never walk alone

What I Did For Love — A Chorus Line 3. The song is sung by its supporters moments before the start of each home game at with the Gerry and the Pacemakers version played over the. During the , legislator quoted the song during a meeting, to salute the Hong Kong Police, who had received widespread criticism for using excessive force against pro-democracy protesters. But why do Liverpool fans sing the classic '60s tune and where did it come from? At this time, supporters standing on the Spion Kop terrace at Anfield began singing popular chart songs of the day. It is now sung by Celtic fans before every home European game.

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YNWA: How You'll Never Walk Alone became a Liverpool FC anthem

You ll never walk alone

Fans would thus sing along to a pre-match chart of the latest top ten hits, many of whom happened to be part of the Liverpool takeover of pop, such as The Beatles, Cilla Black and Gerry and the Pacemakers. The album was originally released by Roulette Records, but is also available on the Blue Note label. Anfield Iron, Bantam Press, p. The singing of You'll Never Walk Alone by Liverpool fans became an instant phenomenon in itself and the British progressive rock group Pink Floyd famously incorporated samples of an Anfield crowd singing it into their song , which featured on the 1971 album Meddle. The now invisible Billy, who has been granted the chance to return to Earth for one day in order to redeem himself, watches the ceremony and is able to silently motivate the unhappy Louise to join in the song. The song was later adopted by Celtic after a 1966 Cup Winners Cup semi-final against Liverpool at Anfield. Mandela turned to who accompanied him onto the stage and asked what the song was.

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You ll never walk alone

I was leaving one of the wakes and this song came on and as I was listening to the lyrics it summed up exactly how I was feeling. In , the song has been adopted by German side and. You'll Never Walk Alone by Josh Groban from Carousel Featured on Josh Groban's new album Stages Get 'Stages' here: Target Exclusive: JoshGroban. The weeping Julie Jordan tries to sing it but cannot; it is later reprised by Julie and those attending the graduation. In 1990 at the concert at , London, the audience spontaneously broke out into a mass rendition.

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