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The Fields of Anfield Road is a song sung by Liverpool fans. It is sung to the tune of Pete St. John's song "Fields of Athenry".

OriginsEdit

The Fields of Anfield Road is an adaption of the The Fields of Athenry song, incorporating aspects from Liverpool's history. It had already been sung by Celtic fans prior to the adaption. The first two verses and chorus were written by Liverpool FC supporter from Huyton Liverpool , Gary ferguson, it is well known by older Liverpool fans a long time before the musicians got involved ,

the third verse - written by local musician John Power - was added in 2009 to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Hillsborough disaster using Phil Thompson and Bruce Grobbelaar's vocals. The updated version of the song peaked at number 14 in the UK Singles Charts.

LyricsEdit

Outside the Shankly Gates
I heard a Kopite calling
Shankly, they have taken you away
But you left a great eleven
Before you went to heaven
Now it's glory round the Fields of Anfield Road

--Chorus--
All round the fields of Anfield Road
Where once we watched the King Kenny play (and could he play!)
Stevie Heighway on the wing
We had dreams and songs to sing
'Bout the glory, round the Fields of Anfield Road

Outside the Paisley Gates
I heard a Kopite calling
Paisley, they have taken you away
But you led the great eleven
Back in Rome in 77
And the Redmen they're still playing the same way

Chorus

Beside the Hillsborough flame
I heard a Kopite mourning
Why so many taken on that day?
Justice has never been done
But their memory will carry on
There'll be glory round the Fields of Anfield Road.

Chorus x2

The glory, round the Fields of Anfield Road

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