Brentford FC Chant Bible

mbatup

INVALID EMAIL
Joined
12 Jan 2005
Messages
63
Reaction score
1
Location
Richmond, Surrey
As requested a Forum for Part timers and such like to learn our songs.

I'll start it off you lot can carry it on!!

Build a bonfire, build a bonfire
Put the fulham on the top
Queens Park Rangers in the middle
And then tourch the fookin lot.
 

Dangerous

Active member
Joined
28 Dec 2001
Messages
4,840
Reaction score
0
Location
Halifax
I'm Brentford till I die I'm Brentford till I die I know I am I'm sure I am I'm Brentford till I die.
 

bees78

...on the way back up!
Joined
10 Mar 2002
Messages
1,235
Reaction score
0
Location
High Wycombe, Bucks
Come on you reds! or Come on Brentford! Don't make it too difficult for them... :nono:
 

Ace Face

Well-known member
Joined
17 Jan 2001
Messages
14,809
Reaction score
733
I can never remember the words of:

"I said to my mum the other day I think I`ve found the new Pele
She said to me what is his name I said he`s called sam sodje!"

Can anybody correct the above please?
 

Boston Bee

Active member
Joined
10 Nov 2000
Messages
8,214
Reaction score
266
Location
Maine, USA
Martin Rowland is a ******, is a *****

:wave:
 

Leicester Bee

Active member
Joined
11 Apr 2000
Messages
4,620
Reaction score
524
Location
Kew
My fave, but seldom heard:

"We are the famous, the famous Brentford" Clap Clap Clap Clap

Repeat till hands hurt.
 

FarnhamBee

Official Brentford Pictures
Joined
2 Mar 2004
Messages
5,666
Reaction score
67
Location
Sunny Surrey
Ace Face said:
I can never remember the words of:

"I said to my mum the other day I think I`ve found the new Pele
She said to me what is his name I said he`s called sam sodje!"

Can anybody correct the above please?


I think it's:

I said to my mum the other day,
I think I've seen the new Pele,
She said to me who is he,
I said his name is Sam Sodje!​
 

nocoat

King of the Geeks
Joined
19 Jan 2001
Messages
49,702
Reaction score
3,397
Location
No longer my beloved NAM
Here is one for all you part-timers out there.

Deano Deano we want a goal and we want one now, not one not two, not three, but four - to the tune of the Trio choccy adverts

Or hows about.


Marcus Gayle, Marcus Gayle, Marcus Gayle's got a massive cock, what a penis, you should have fooking seen us, Marcus Gayle's got a massive cock - to the tune of Marcus Gayle's got a massive cock.



:sorted:
 

Simon C

Moderator
Joined
6 Feb 2001
Messages
19,067
Reaction score
920
Location
'slow
nocoat said:
Marcus Gayle, Marcus Gayle, Marcus Gayle's got a massive cock, what a penis, you should have fooking seen us, Marcus Gayle's got a massive cock - to the tune of Marcus Gayle's got a massive cock.

Why what were you doing with it? :eek:
 

NorthamptonBee

Yes Boss
Joined
29 Mar 2003
Messages
39,691
Reaction score
949
Location
Northampton
nocoat said:
Here is one for all you part-timers out there.

Deano Deano we want a goal and we want one now, not one not two, not three, but four - to the tune of the Trio choccy adverts

Or hows about.


Marcus Gayle, Marcus Gayle, Marcus Gayle's got a massive cock, what a penis, you should have fooking seen us, Marcus Gayle's got a massive cock - to the tune of Marcus Gayle's got a massive cock.



:sorted:
Days of Chomps and boat trips to Southend coutesy of Mr. B.G. :wave:
 

The H

poker semi-professional
Joined
4 Apr 2000
Messages
22,734
Reaction score
1
Location
South Ealing
nocoat said:
Here is one for all you part-timers out there.

Deano Deano we want a goal and we want one now, not one not two, not three, but four - to the tune of the Trio choccy adverts

Or hows about.

Marcus Gayle, Marcus Gayle, Marcus Gayle's got a massive cock, what a penis, you should have fooking seen us, Marcus Gayle's got a massive cock - to the tune of Marcus Gayle's got a massive cock.

:sorted:

la la la la la booker
 

Luton Bee

Gone
Joined
6 Apr 2000
Messages
7,171
Reaction score
11
Sack the board
Sack the board
Sack the board

Sack the board
Sack the board
Sack the board
 

Leicester Bee

Active member
Joined
11 Apr 2000
Messages
4,620
Reaction score
524
Location
Kew
A definite oldie but goodie:

"Talk about Pele, Talk about Cruyff, Talk about Beckenbauer...Talk about Batesey, that's a different matter, he's the best by far...It's Batesey, Batesey, Jamie, Jamie Batesey, It's Jamie Batesey"

I'm sure it was to the tune of some breakfast cereal around in the late 80's or early 90's.
 

Simon C

Moderator
Joined
6 Feb 2001
Messages
19,067
Reaction score
920
Location
'slow
Leicester Bee said:
A definite oldie but goodie:

"Talk about Pele, Talk about Cruyff, Talk about Beckenbauer...Talk about Batesey, that's a different matter, he's the best by far...It's Batesey, Batesey, Jamie, Jamie Batesey, It's Jamie Batesey"

I'm sure it was to the tune of some breakfast cereal around in the late 80's or early 90's.

The original went "It's tasty, tasty, very very tasty, it's very tasty". No idea what it was for though.
 

nocoat

King of the Geeks
Joined
19 Jan 2001
Messages
49,702
Reaction score
3,397
Location
No longer my beloved NAM
Kellogs Crunchy Nut Cornflakes ? :confused:
 

Leicester Bee

Active member
Joined
11 Apr 2000
Messages
4,620
Reaction score
524
Location
Kew
Owned by pervert, run by slag, Birmingham City!

Fulham are you listening? To the song that we're singing. We're walking along, singing a song, sh*tting on the Fulham once again.


And, I'm sure these are the alternative words to the You're A Northern Bastard song, specially reserved for the yokels:

"Get back home, from the farm, watch the Krypton Factor...
Back down farm, shag a sheep, Oi can droive a tractor"
 

NorthamptonBee

Yes Boss
Joined
29 Mar 2003
Messages
39,691
Reaction score
949
Location
Northampton
Leicester Bee said:
A definite oldie but goodie:

"Talk about Pele, Talk about Cruyff, Talk about Beckenbauer...Talk about Batesey, that's a different matter, he's the best by far...It's Batesey, Batesey, Jamie, Jamie Batesey, It's Jamie Batesey"

I'm sure it was to the tune of some breakfast cereal around in the late 80's or early 90's.

This was sung by about 5 people and ignored by the rest. The famous 5 then gave up. :idea:
 

nocoat

King of the Geeks
Joined
19 Jan 2001
Messages
49,702
Reaction score
3,397
Location
No longer my beloved NAM
lol Never heard the Krypton factor bit! :D

You look in the dustbin for summat to eat
you find a dead rat and you think its a treat
in your ....town name........... slums
 

Simon C

Moderator
Joined
6 Feb 2001
Messages
19,067
Reaction score
920
Location
'slow
This thread just reminds me how poor we are at coming up with songs for the current crop of players. "Dobbo, Dobbo" "Deon, Deon" "Sodje, Sodje" just don't measure up.
 

nocoat

King of the Geeks
Joined
19 Jan 2001
Messages
49,702
Reaction score
3,397
Location
No longer my beloved NAM
Ooooh Bobby Taylor
Ooooh Bobby Taylor
Ooooh Bobby Taylor in the back of the net




yeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
 

Leicester Bee

Active member
Joined
11 Apr 2000
Messages
4,620
Reaction score
524
Location
Kew
I remember St Andrew's away, and 2700 Bees fans singing, "Barry Fry is a clown, is a clown, Barry Fry is a clown, is a clown, and Karen Brady is a fookin' slag, Barry Fry is a clown, is a clown." To the tune of a goal is all we need, or heads, shoulders, knees and toes, if you were subjected to the kind of kiddie's tv that I had to put up with when I was younger.
 

nocoat

King of the Geeks
Joined
19 Jan 2001
Messages
49,702
Reaction score
3,397
Location
No longer my beloved NAM
you need to slip in a bit about there being a circus in the town in the town I think Leicester :sorted:
 

Leicester Bee

Active member
Joined
11 Apr 2000
Messages
4,620
Reaction score
524
Location
Kew
nocoat said:
you need to slip in a bit about there being a circus in the town in the town I think Leicester :sorted:


I don't have a memory, unlike the rest of you lot! I barely remember being at St Andrews that evening anyway. All I remember was being chased all the way back to New Street after I got lost walking back to the station. This was after we were kept in for what seemed like hours after the game. What a great thread this is. My failing memory is really being re-ignited again.

Another one, which was heard against Southampton, was the Bananrama tune:

Na-na-nana, Na-na-nana, way-eh-o, Brentford FC.
 

Simon C

Moderator
Joined
6 Feb 2001
Messages
19,067
Reaction score
920
Location
'slow
To Paul Smith "Paul Smith, we only wear Paul Smith, we only wear Paul Smith" - to the tune of "there's only one Paul Smith

To Mark Williams "many Mark Williams, there are many Mark Williams, many Mark Williams" - to the tune of "there's only one Mark Williams"
 

nocoat

King of the Geeks
Joined
19 Jan 2001
Messages
49,702
Reaction score
3,397
Location
No longer my beloved NAM
Yeah LB, we are definitely straying into memory lane territory.. sorry mbatupbee :wave:

here is an up-to-date one for you...


She wore she wore she wore a red and white
she wore a red and white ribbon in the merry month of may
and, when, I asked her why she wore that ribbon.
she said its for my brentford and we are going to wem-ber-lee

wem-ber-lee etc...
 

Leicester Bee

Active member
Joined
11 Apr 2000
Messages
4,620
Reaction score
524
Location
Kew
A goal, a goal is all we need, all we need,
To seeeeee our team to victory, victory,
And if you think we're wrong,
Why don't you come along?
To seeeeee the team that we support, we support.

We are B-R-E-N-T-F-O-R-D
Our name is Brentford,
We're the best team in the land-land-land........
 

Simon C

Moderator
Joined
6 Feb 2001
Messages
19,067
Reaction score
920
Location
'slow
Oh the famous Graham Taylor went to Rome to see the Pope
Oh the famous Graham Taylor went to Rome to see the Pope
Oh the famous Graham Taylor went to Rome to see the Pope and this is what he said "F*** OFF"
whose that team we call the Brentford
whose that team we all adore
we're the boys in red and white and we're f***ing dynamite and Ron Noades mother is a whore
 

Stuardo

ere wie ere toekomt
Joined
6 Apr 2000
Messages
1,626
Reaction score
0
Location
london
wasn't it "two dean martins?" (and i do remember an away game at Stockport where "that's amore" was a constant).

and who can forget the classic: "if you've had Karen Brady clap your hands".

sadly i think the only chant that i really feel possesive of is "It's all your fault!" - which seemed to start at a home game v Swindon a couple of years ago when Gremink had a nightmare (almost as much a one as i've had trying to spell his name).

otherwise - all this "we're by far the greatest team, the world has ever seen" stuff doesn't work for me (unless we caveat Real Madrid of the 60's, Brazil of the 70's, Liverpool of the 80's, AC Milan of the 90's etc etc etc etc) - now if we went for a "we're by far the greatest team, this GROUND has ever seen" then i might be able to live with that.

chants NEVER to be repeated please include: "there were 5 iraqi bombers in the air..." (what was that about?).

and i agree with the point about songs for players - i remember first time i went to Everton i was amazed that the crowd had a song for every single player!
 

Edmundo

Whinging pom
Joined
5 Apr 2000
Messages
37,379
Reaction score
1,253
Location
Alexandria, NSW, Australia
There is a circus in the town (in the town)
And Barry Fry is the clown (is the clown)
And Karren Brady is a f*cking slag
Birmingham are staying down (staying down)


I think that's what you were thinking of, Leicester Bee!

I was reminded of this one on Saturday when we discovered that at least in Southampton, they still only cost 10p!

Good old Brentford, they're the team for me
They score a goal
We throw our Chomps
They only cost 10p.
 

Simon C

Moderator
Joined
6 Feb 2001
Messages
19,067
Reaction score
920
Location
'slow
Stuardo said:
sadly i think the only chant that i really feel possesive of is "It's all your fault!" - which seemed to start at a home game v Swindon a couple of years ago when Gremink had a nightmare (almost as much a one as i've had trying to spell his name).

Modern classic that is now sadly overused. Leave it for real blunders lads. :nono:
 

Leicester Bee

Active member
Joined
11 Apr 2000
Messages
4,620
Reaction score
524
Location
Kew
Simon C said:
Modern classic that is now sadly overused. Leave it for real blunders lads. :nono:

Save it for Griemink. He was singularly the worst keeper ever to have performed as badly as he did against us 3 times in a row. For Peterborough, and Swindon twice.
 

homerbees

Formerly known as.
Joined
1 Jan 2004
Messages
2,575
Reaction score
131
Location
Location: Location
My favourite tune, is a non stop version of...

''We are Brentford Super Brentford, Super Bees. We are Brentford Super Brentford, We are Brentford Super Bees.....WE ARE Brentford super Brentford Super Bees, We are Brentford Super Brentford. We are Brentford Super Bees''

I dont think i sing the right words to this song but i still like singing

''Ohh me lads you should have seen us coming, red and white was everywhere and everyone was running. All the Watford rookery with blood upon their faces.........All because they tried to take. The Ealing headcases''

''inbred till you die, you've only got one eye. You shag your mum you shag your dad your inbred till you die''

BANNANARAMA

''la la la la, la la la la heeeeeeeeeeeeeeey Brentford fc''
 

AlexBee

Formerly "Alex Lumley"
Joined
22 Mar 2004
Messages
303
Reaction score
0
Location
Langley
We are the Brentford and
We are the best
We are the Brentford
So F**K all the rest
F**K 'em all
F**K 'em all
Chelsea, West Ham and Milwall and Milwall

Or Something Like that not to sure of the three names at the end though
 

Idaho Bee

Well-known member
Joined
15 Apr 2000
Messages
10,924
Reaction score
428
Location
Err, Home of the Potato, USA
In Brentfords fair city
Where the girls are so pretty
I first stuck my finger up molly malone
As she wheeled her wheelbarrow
Through hounslow and harrow
Crying BRENTFORD, da da da, BRENTFORD, da da da

My (old) favorite.
 

twig

Member
Joined
27 Jan 2001
Messages
190
Reaction score
5
Location
Brixworth, Northamptonshire
sadly i think the only chant that i really feel possesive of is "It's all your fault!" - which seemed to start at a home game v Swindon a couple of years ago when Gremink had a nightmare (almost as much a one as i've had trying to spell his name).
---

Actually it was Barnet away a few years back after there keeper came out and missed the ball :sorted:
 

Edmundo

Whinging pom
Joined
5 Apr 2000
Messages
37,379
Reaction score
1,253
Location
Alexandria, NSW, Australia
True, but in the 'relatively' old days we only sang it when it was actually the keeper's fault. It loses its power if it's used when he's blameless. IMHO.
 

mattfarr89

twitter.com/mattfarr89
Joined
1 Jan 2005
Messages
929
Reaction score
0
Location
Ipswich
im looking for people to join in with this 1, do a line each....

O WEST LONDON...
 
Joined
20 Nov 2004
Messages
22,728
Reaction score
1,575
Location
Whitton
Simon C said:
Oh the famous Graham Taylor went to Rome to see the Pope
Oh the famous Graham Taylor went to Rome to see the Pope
Oh the famous Graham Taylor went to Rome to see the Pope and this is what he said "F*** OFF"
whose that team we call the Brentford
whose that team we all adore
we're the boys in red and white and we're f***ing dynamite and Ron Noades mother is a whore
....and she's dead, she's dead, she's dead ,she's dead, she's dead. :eek:
 
Joined
20 Nov 2004
Messages
22,728
Reaction score
1,575
Location
Whitton
nocoat said:
Ooooh Bobby Taylor
Ooooh Bobby Taylor
Ooooh Bobby Taylor in the back of the net




yeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
Richie Cadette. :nono:
 
Joined
20 Nov 2004
Messages
22,728
Reaction score
1,575
Location
Whitton
nocoat said:
lol Never heard the Krypton factor bit! :D

You look in the dustbin for summat to eat
you find a dead rat and you think its a treat
in your ....town name........... slums

You $hit on the carpet, you pi$$ in the bath,
You finger your gran and you think it's a laugh.
in your ....town name........... slums.

You speak with an accent incredibly $hit,
Yor ma's on the game and your dad's in the nick
in your ....town name........... slums. :wave:
 
Top Bottom