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Songs which became football chants - 54 Records - List by plerner. RecordDragon 23rd Dec MrPasta 29th Nov Rangers 3 Celtic 2. Melvin Thorley 27th Nov Get it ''googled''. If only Roy had walked out to the centre spot. ZebedyZak 23rd Oct I already had the Tremeloes single when I was 6. I noticed the similarity between those two at a similarly early age, Roy Orbison - Penny Arcade / Tennessee Owns My Soul when I noticed the "Penny Arcade" intro sounded like "My Little Lady" I mentioned all this to my dad, and he told me "the same combinations of notes have all been used donkey's years ago".
Since then I went on to hear more and more examples of similar similarities between different songs. Tonybosh 15th Sinterklaas Is Jarig - De Tierlantijntjes* - Maxi Sinterklaas - 13 Sinterklaasliedjes The composer, Sammy King is the same person that recorded 4 singles between and with the Voltairs on HMV including an interestingly different version of 'Rag Doll' by the Four Seasons.
Felonious 15th Jun There's been a revival of interest in Penny Arcade. The song was popular in the social clubs of Northern Ireland where it was heard by fans of Glasgow Rangers who adopted it as a song to be sung at Ibrox.
Composer Sammy King has recorded Roy Orbison - Penny Arcade / Tennessee Owns My Soul own version and it's appeared as download. Thanks for rekindling the memory - I was living in Oz at the time and can remember this was being played everywhere, especially at home as my parents bought a copy. Not his best in my opinion but still a very likable song by the big O. On the Australia theme here is some live concert footage from a Oz concert. ZebedyZak 15th Jun Penny Arcade was one of my favourite songs when I was a kid.
It still is one of my favourites now. I was really surprised it peaked so low in the UK charts. Even more surprising, it didn't chart at all in the US. I felt sure it would be a worldwide smash. The only country where it was a sizeable hit as far as I know was Australia, where it made no. How could anyone pass this one by?
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