posted by davidt on Thursday July 08 2010, @09:00AM
thetexasbloke writes:
It's World Cup time and even though England and the U.S.A. are out, Q magazine listed the top 10 football songs of all time. It's in the July issue with Muse and U2 on the covers. How did they come up with this list? Who knows.... but Morrissey came in at # 10 with 'Munich Air Disaster 1958'. There is a small write up about the song. #1 was 'World In Motion' by New Order. Not a bad song either. Some Morrissey pix in there, too.
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  • ...it's complete and utter shite. Crap and incredibly stupid lyrics, crap music and crap melody. One of the very worst Morrissey songs ever. Bottom of the barrel stuff. Lazy. Filler in every sense of the word.

    "We'll Let you Know" should have been in its place. Stupid and ignorant Q magazine.
    Anonymous -- Thursday July 08 2010, @10:26AM (#354032)
  • we are the chapions-Queen

    you're the best-Tina Turner

    also of-topic

    my country plays toning the final of the Worldcup
    soccer against Spain

    is that of-topic, when this item is football/soccer songs

    well USA, only girls oplay soccer, ice Hockey, baseball and basketball are top 3

    btw Lance Armssttong not doing well in the Tou de France, he shoul'n't have made a come back,
    we allready kew he was great, but no-one beats
    the great Belgium Eddy Merkcx

    sport also has emotion and passion like music,
    and in particual Morissey and his poetry lyrics

    Celibate Cry <[email protected]> -- Sunday July 11 2010, @07:33AM (#354181)
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    and the hills are alive with celibate cries
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