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Running with the Wolves

1 Leave a comment on verse 1 0 And you know it really takes me back
To see the pictures in the Gold and Black,
Bully for you and me, and Good Sir Jack,
We’ re running with The Wolves again.

2 Leave a comment on verse 2 0 We’re not money, we ‘re not VIP,
In this together, we’re community,
We’re always here, and we are history,
We’re running with The Wolves again,

3 Leave a comment on verse 3 0 And it ‘s a feeling in my bones:
Way down the Waterloo Road;
Hold my breath and hope for the best,
As I wait for it all to explode,
Come on and give us one more goal,
Come on and give us one more goal!

4 Leave a comment on verse 4 0 We’ve got the picture, and we know the score,
In Northern Song,or with a South Bank Roar,
We always wing it, but our hearts are sure:
We ‘re running with The Wolves again..

5 Leave a comment on verse 5 0 And it’s a feeling in my bones:
Way down the Waterloo Road,
Hold my breath and hope for the best,
As I wait for it all to explode..
Come on and give us one more goal,
Come on and give us one more goal!

6 Leave a comment on verse 6 0 We really love to see them on the run,
Jimmy and Johnny on the ball, for fun-
Billy The Giant above everyone,
We’re running with The Wolves again.

7 Leave a comment on verse 7 0 And you know it really takes me back,
To see the pictures in the Gold and Black
Bully for you and me, and Good Sir Jack,
We’re running with The Wolves again
We’re running with The Wolves again.

i wrote this a few years ago as a song..so there is a tune to go with it. It seems appropriate this week to put it out there, as song and music is the only sure way i know how to express things. Thank you, Sir Jack.

A lifelong Wolves fan, i first went in the sixties: and also sold hot dogs and worked behind the bar @ The Molineux in the early Seventies. 11p a dog, folks, back then!

My Dad stood on the South Bank in the Fifties, and saw most of the famous floodlit matches. My brother-in-law’s Dad, Dave Lapworth, also worked for Wolves. We are proud to be associated with this great club, and with its history.

Source: http://footballpoets.org/poems/running-with-the-wolves/