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03 November 2017 03:13 Post ID: #1559514
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03 November 2017 03:21 Post ID: #1559515 - in reply to #1559514
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There is no other like it.
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03 November 2017 08:05 Post ID: #1559523 - in reply to #1559514
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Another brilliant video Marloon.

Fat Dan, on Lions TV, should be picking up a few tips from your stuff!

How are the Media Studies going at The University of Greenwich?

Have they let you behind the camera yet, or are you still on Tea Duties?

I think we could have another Harvey Weinstein in our midsts.

Keep up the good work, Lad!


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03 November 2017 09:37 Post ID: #1559534 - in reply to #1559523
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ParisWall - 3/11/2017 08:05

Another brilliant video Marloon.

Fat Dan, on Lions TV, should be picking up a few tips from your stuff!

How are the Media Studies going at The University of Greenwich?

Have they let you behind the camera yet, or are you still on Tea Duties?

I think we could have another Harvey Weinstein in our midsts.

Keep up the good work, Lad!


:tup:




To compare Marloon with Harvey Wankstain is a dreadful slur.

As an up-and-coming director, surely you mean Roman Polanski?




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03 November 2017 10:51 Post ID: #1559543 - in reply to #1559514
I quite like the ones palace sing
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03 November 2017 10:55 Post ID: #1559545 - in reply to #1559514
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Whisky

What is the origin of the song ''Let 'Em Come' by Roy Green.

I only have it as a download - so know little of the history of the song.

Did Roy Green write the music/lyrics?

Was/is Roy a Lion's supporter, or was it just a commercial venture?

What year was it written (my guess is late 70s)?

Cheers, mate.


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03 November 2017 11:19 Post ID: #1559551 - in reply to #1559514
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I met the late, great Roy a few times before we lost him. But it was a long time ago...

As far as I can remember, he did it just for the club. He thought the club needed none of this cheesy stuff like Blue is the Colour, but a good old fashioned knees up that was a recognisable part of the club's DNA. Something that could be sung round the Joanna in a pub, pint in hand.

The term "let 'em all come" had wartime connotations, as it was, I think, I Home Guard rallying call which may have been picked up from something earlier - possibly from the First World War. Roy wrote both the music and the libretto.

He released it, never expecting it to be a commercial success but just for something Millwall supporters could enjoy. I don't think he thought for a moment it would still be played at every home game the best part of 50 years on....!!!


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03 November 2017 11:36 Post ID: #1559557 - in reply to #1559551
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whiskylion - 3/11/2017 11:19

I met the late, great Roy a few times before we lost him. But it was a long time ago...

As far as I can remember, he did it just for the club. He thought the club needed none of this cheesy stuff like Blue is the Colour, but a good old fashioned knees up that was a recognisable part of the club's DNA. Something that could be sung round the Joanna in a pub, pint in hand.

The term "let 'em all come" had wartime connotations, as it was, I think, I Home Guard rallying call which may have been picked up from something earlier - possibly from the First World War. Roy wrote both the music and the libretto.

He released it, never expecting it to be a commercial success but just for something Millwall supporters could enjoy. I don't think he thought for a moment it would still be played at every home game the best part of 50 years on....!!!




Thanks.


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03 November 2017 11:53 Post ID: #1559562 - in reply to #1559514
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03 November 2017 12:04 Post ID: #1559563 - in reply to #1559551
whiskylion - 3/11/2017 11:19

I met the late, great Roy a few times before we lost him. But it was a long time ago...

As far as I can remember, he did it just for the club. He thought the club needed none of this cheesy stuff like Blue is the Colour, but a good old fashioned knees up that was a recognisable part of the club's DNA. Something that could be sung round the Joanna in a pub, pint in hand.

The term "let 'em all come" had wartime connotations, as it was, I think, I Home Guard rallying call which may have been picked up from something earlier - possibly from the First World War. Roy wrote both the music and the libretto.

He released it, never expecting it to be a commercial success but just for something Millwall supporters could enjoy. I don't think he thought for a moment it would still be played at every home game the best part of 50 years on....!!!


Thanks jim that's good to know
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03 November 2017 12:54 Post ID: #1559573 - in reply to #1559551
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whiskylion - 3/11/2017 11:19

I met the late, great Roy a few times before we lost him. But it was a long time ago...

As far as I can remember, he did it just for the club. He thought the club needed none of this cheesy stuff like Blue is the Colour, but a good old fashioned knees up that was a recognisable part of the club's DNA. Something that could be sung round the Joanna in a pub, pint in hand.

The term "let 'em all come" had wartime connotations, as it was, I think, I Home Guard rallying call which may have been picked up from something earlier - possibly from the First World War. Roy wrote both the music and the libretto.

He released it, never expecting it to be a commercial success but just for something Millwall supporters could enjoy. I don't think he thought for a moment it would still be played at every home game the best part of 50 years on....!!!



He was a brummie wasnt he?
He did a couple of villa songs including the villa villain.
He was at a pub in birmingham in the 90s singing millwall songs when played birmingham once shortly before he died.
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03 November 2017 12:56 Post ID: #1559575 - in reply to #1559573
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He was a brummie wasnt he?
He did a couple of villa songs including the villa villain.
He was at a pub in birmingham in the 90s singing millwall songs when played birmingham once shortly before he died.


Villa Villain was the B side of Let em come
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03 November 2017 12:58 Post ID: #1559576 - in reply to #1559514
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Maarlonmillwall - 3/11/2017 03:13

Never in doubt:


https://youtu.be/Jq602KZ4_0I

:clap:

Slight improvement, only slight.
Why didnt you pan round the whole stadium?
Is that your channel dockers tv?
You still need big improvements,
Must try harder tomorrow.
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03 November 2017 13:00 Post ID: #1559578 - in reply to #1559575
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Arthur2shedsJackson - 3/11/2017 12:56


He was a brummie wasnt he?
He did a couple of villa songs including the villa villain.
He was at a pub in birmingham in the 90s singing millwall songs when played birmingham once shortly before he died.


Villa Villain was the B side of Let em come

No it was come on you lions.
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03 November 2017 13:01 Post ID: #1559579 - in reply to #1559575
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Arthur2shedsJackson - 3/11/2017 12:56


He was a brummie wasnt he?
He did a couple of villa songs including the villa villain.
He was at a pub in birmingham in the 90s singing millwall songs when played birmingham once shortly before he died.


Villa Villain was the B side of Let em come

No it was come on you lions.
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