A song for County

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This was written by Burt Bacharach in the 1960s, and should be adopted by Notts county.

Three Wheels on my wagon.
Three wheels on my wagon, and im still rolling along
Those Cherokees are chasing me
Arrows fly
Right on by
But im singing a happy song

Im singing a higgety haggety hoogety high
Pioneers never say die
Half a mile up the road is a hidden cave
And we can watch those cherokees go galloping by.

Two wheels on my wagon....

One wheel on my wagon........

I reckon your wagons on fire. Something horrible is about to happen.
 

darren gregory

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I'll be honest whilst I guess for some rivals it's funny and banter I get no satisfaction from the demise of Chesterfield and County ( if they do go down )

No idea who the original poster supports but even if it's say a rival it's verging on cringeworthy.

Piss poor effort at banter
 

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I'll be honest whilst I guess for some rivals it's funny and banter I get no satisfaction from the demise of Chesterfield and County ( if they do go down )

No idea who the original poster supports but even if it's say a rival it's verging on cringeworthy.

Piss poor effort at banter
Nobody would.

After the stick Mansfield got when haslam sent us down to the conference without a penny we got a lot of stick from chesterfield and county, I longed for one if not both to spend some time down there just so they knew what it was like, chesterfield have gone down and have struggled like hell, it’d fantastic if county went down for a while also.

But that’s as far as it goes, and should go. If anyone who attends football matches regularly thinks it’s acceptable to wish financial (or whatever context) demise on another club, rival or not then you aren’t any fan at all.

Odd post and thread really
 
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You boys are no fun. So serious. That Greg Taylor header spent at least an hour in the air as it looped into the County net.....who thunk it would end up there.
 

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I'm all for fun and games; life's too short to take things too seriously. But us Cambridge fans really should know better. We were in Notts' shoes back in 2005, and we did end up going down. I can't remember that far back but I'm sure I wasn't in the mood for any piss taking back then.
 
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Thankyou Mr Viking. I must disagree that my post is a low point considering the platitudinous, vapidity, triteness, conventional predictability, staleness, prosaicness, and dullness of most of everything else.
Can i add that Mr Hardy has pumped a lot of time and money into your club, and things have got a bit out of hand. The truth though is that his intention, which is the most important thing, is as pure as the driven snow.

No browny points from you for that though.

Apart from a small handful of United players, maybe if Mr Hardy tossed ten pence at our board im sure a deal could be struck. This is the Cambridge board who should be wearing clown suits and run in circles holding those little windmills in their hands for all the good they are.
And there is a good chance Hardy would buy them, bless his little cotton socks. As you can see my strangley to the point quips include my own club, if you can call a hippy, lefty, flowers in their hair smoking god knows what Cambridge United a football club.
Did you know United have a mental health drop in centre at the ground? It always helps when we take to the field.
 

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