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24th Apr '16 5:12:12 PM Gamermaster
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* The celebration at the end of the Thriller Bark arc in ''Manga/OnePiece'' when everyone sings [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome Binks' Sake]]. Crosses over into TearJerker territory since it's interspersed with flashbacks to when Brooks original crew died.
16th Apr '16 2:55:00 PM erforce
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* ''LeagueOfExtraordinaryGentlemen 1910'' has a huge one at the end. It's an adaptation of ''Theatre/TheBeggarsOpera''.

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* ''LeagueOfExtraordinaryGentlemen ''Comicbook/TheLeagueOfExtraordinaryGentlemen: 1910'' has a huge one at the end. It's an adaptation of ''Theatre/TheBeggarsOpera''.
3rd Apr '16 4:38:08 AM Morgenthaler
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* Plays a prominent part in the end battle in [[HeirsOfAlexandria Much Fall of Blood]].

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* Plays a prominent part in the end battle in [[HeirsOfAlexandria Much Fall of Blood]].Literature/MuchFallOfBlood''.
19th Mar '16 6:54:00 PM DarkPhoenix94
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* In November 2015, France were scheduled to play a friendly match against their oldest and bitterest rivals, England, at England's Wembley Stadium. Three days before the match, the Bataclan Gun Attacks took place, killing 129 people. The match went ahead and the French team were greeted with a Wembley lit up in the colours of the French flag, the French national motto of 'Liberté, égalité, fraternité' emblazoned on the side, the traditional giant St. George's Flag at the home end replaced by a French tricolore, an impeccably observed minute's silence and, at the end of that, all 90,000 fans, English and French alike, joining in a thunderous rendition of 'La Marseillaise', the French national anthem (and appropriately, a stirring call to arms). [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FPbkQ220VDk&annotation_id=pfc%3AFPbkQ220VDk&src_vid=4dGl-3KQj3E&feature=s2lp Try listening to it without tears coming to your eyes and/or hairs standing up on the back of your neck.]]

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* In November 2015, France were scheduled to play a friendly match against their oldest and bitterest rivals, England, at England's Wembley Stadium. Three days before the match, the Bataclan Gun Attacks took place, killing 129 people. people, with three suicide bombers blowing themselves up outside the Parc des Princes while France and Germany were playing, and cousin of one the France players, Lassana Diarra, was killed. The match went ahead and the French fans and team were greeted with a Wembley lit up in the colours of the French flag, the French national motto of 'Liberté, égalité, fraternité' emblazoned on the side, floral tributes laid by both managers, the head of the FA and Prince William, the traditional giant St. George's Flag at the home end replaced by a French tricolore, an impeccably observed minute's silence and, at the end of that, all 90,000 71,000 fans, English and French alike, joining in a thunderous rendition of 'La Marseillaise', the French national anthem (and appropriately, a stirring call to arms). [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FPbkQ220VDk&annotation_id=pfc%3AFPbkQ220VDk&src_vid=4dGl-3KQj3E&feature=s2lp Try listening to it without tears coming to your eyes and/or hairs standing up on the back of your neck.]]
19th Mar '16 6:48:19 PM DarkPhoenix94
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* Most British Football clubs have their team anthem, hearing 40,000 Liverpool fans spontaneously singing "You'll never walk alone" is quite moving.
** It is certainly rather more moving than football chants/taunts, with a few of the more notable ones listed here, aptly demonstrating the average British football fan's warped and occasionally whimsical sense of humour.
*** "Who ate all the pies? Who ate all the pies? You fat bastard, you fat bastard, you ate all the pies!"
*** “Sacked In The Morning, You’ll Get The Sacked In The Morning!”
*** “Brazil! It’s just like watching Brazil! It’s just like watching Brazil! It’s just like watching Brazil!”

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* Most British Football clubs have their team own club anthem, some of them quite affecting; hearing 40,000 Liverpool fans spontaneously singing "You'll never walk alone" alone", for instance, is quite moving.
** It is certainly rather more moving than most football chants/taunts, with a few of the more notable ones listed here, aptly demonstrating the average British football fan's warped and occasionally whimsical sense of humour.
*** "Who ate all the pies? Who ate all the pies? You fat bastard, you fat bastard, you ate all the pies!"
pies!" (Traditionally directed at heftier players, a notable example being Sheffield United's goalkeeper Paddy Kenny)
*** “Sacked In The Morning, You’ll Get The Sacked In The Morning!”
Morning!” (Directed by opposition fans at a struggling manager)
*** “Brazil! It’s just like watching Brazil! It’s just like watching Brazil! It’s just like watching Brazil!”Brazil!”



*** "He'll shoot! He'll score! He'll eat your Labrador!" (A less than politically correct chant but well meaning directed South Korean midfielder Park Ji-Sung when he was at Manchester United and more recently, Tottenham striker Son Heung-Min)

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*** "He'll shoot! He'll score! He'll eat your Labrador!" (A less than deeply politically correct chant incorrect, [[NobleBigot but well meaning probably well-intended chant]], directed at South Korean midfielder Park Ji-Sung when he was at Manchester United and more recently, his compatriot Tottenham striker Son Heung-Min)



*** "You should have stayed on the telly." (Aimed at Match of the Day pundit Alan Shearer after he took over former club Newcastle United and tried to keep them from being relegated).

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*** "You should have stayed on the telly." (Aimed at Match of the Day pundit Alan Shearer after he took over former club Newcastle United and tried in a doomed attempt to keep them from being relegated).



** 20,000 East London-accented voices singing "I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles"- the rather whimsical anthem of West Ham United, is quite a sight, quite a sound too, when you think about the stereotypes of British Accents.

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** 20,000 East London-accented voices singing "I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles"- the rather whimsical anthem of West Ham United, United - is quite a sight, quite a sound too, when you think about the stereotypes of British Accents.


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*** More amicably, when Liverpool face Borussia Dortmund, who have also adopted ''You'll Never Walk Alone,'' with both fans happily singing it in unison. It probably helps that a) Dortmund fans make no bones about having adopted it from Liverpool [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff (as did about half the Bundesliga, for whatever reason)]], b) both teams and sets of fans are very alike in philosophy, with similarly atmospheric stadiums and legendary home stands (Liverpool's Kop End and Dortmund's 'Yellow Wall'), resulting in massive amounts of mutual respect, c) more recently, sharing a universally beloved manager, Jurgen Klopp, who joined Liverpool (and quickly established himself as a fan favourite) after leaving Dortmund, who he led to two league titles and a Champions League final, where he is very fondly remembered.
* In November 2015, France were scheduled to play a friendly match against their oldest and bitterest rivals, England, at England's Wembley Stadium. Three days before the match, the Bataclan Gun Attacks took place, killing 129 people. The match went ahead and the French team were greeted with a Wembley lit up in the colours of the French flag, the French national motto of 'Liberté, égalité, fraternité' emblazoned on the side, the traditional giant St. George's Flag at the home end replaced by a French tricolore, an impeccably observed minute's silence and, at the end of that, all 90,000 fans, English and French alike, joining in a thunderous rendition of 'La Marseillaise', the French national anthem (and appropriately, a stirring call to arms). [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FPbkQ220VDk&annotation_id=pfc%3AFPbkQ220VDk&src_vid=4dGl-3KQj3E&feature=s2lp Try listening to it without tears coming to your eyes and/or hairs standing up on the back of your neck.]]
15th Mar '16 9:54:45 AM DarkPhoenix94
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** It is certainly rather more moving than football chants/taunts, with a few of the more notable ones listed here, aptly demonstrating the average British football fan's capacity for wit, whimsicality and extreme ''schadenfreude.''

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** It is certainly rather more moving than football chants/taunts, with a few of the more notable ones listed here, aptly demonstrating the average British football fan's capacity for wit, whimsicality warped and extreme ''schadenfreude.''occasionally whimsical sense of humour.


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**** Likewise, "We love you x, we do! We love you x, we do! Oh, x we love you!"
15th Mar '16 8:44:04 AM DarkPhoenix94
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* Most British Football clubs have their team anthem, hearing 10,000 Liverpool fans spontaneously singing "You'll never walk alone" is quite moving.
** Probably more so than the football chant/taunt, "Who ate all the pies? Who ate all the pies? You fat bastard, you fat bastard, you ate all the pies!"
** 20,000 East London-accented voices singing "I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles"- the anthem of West Ham United, is impressive and interesting in idea too, when you think about stereotypes of British Accents.
** When Liverpool face Scottish club Celtic, who also sing You'll Never Walk Alone, the results are something [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xfgqi-UahE8&feature=related spectacular]]. Another honorable mention to Celtic during their [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YOyoixsRkQ4 match]] against Barcelona. Just don't try to start a debate on who done it first/does it better.

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* Most British Football clubs have their team anthem, hearing 10,000 40,000 Liverpool fans spontaneously singing "You'll never walk alone" is quite moving.
** Probably It is certainly rather more so moving than the football chant/taunt, chants/taunts, with a few of the more notable ones listed here, aptly demonstrating the average British football fan's capacity for wit, whimsicality and extreme ''schadenfreude.''
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"Who ate all the pies? Who ate all the pies? You fat bastard, you fat bastard, you ate all the pies!"
*** “Sacked In The Morning, You’ll Get The Sacked In The Morning!”
*** “Brazil! It’s just like watching Brazil! It’s just like watching Brazil! It’s just like watching Brazil!”
*** “There’s only one x! One x! There’s only one x! One x!” (The name of the serenaded player is inserted here)
**** Celtic fans rather cruelly responded to stories that Rangers goalkeeper Andy Goram was suffering from multiple personality disorder by singing, [[CrossesTheLineTwice "There's only two Andy Gorams."]]
*** "He'll shoot! He'll score! He'll eat your Labrador!" (A less than politically correct chant but well meaning directed South Korean midfielder Park Ji-Sung when he was at Manchester United and more recently, Tottenham striker Son Heung-Min)
*** “One song! You’ve only got one song! You’ve only got one song! You’ve only got one song!” (When one group of fans deems the other to be unimaginative)
*** "When you're sat in row Z, and the ball hits your head, that's Zamora, that’s Zamora." (Bobby Zamora, the subject of the chant, was a striker known for ''not'' scoring goals)
*** "You should have stayed on the telly." (Aimed at Match of the Day pundit Alan Shearer after he took over former club Newcastle United and tried to keep them from being relegated).
*** "Your teeth are offside, your teeth are offside, Luis Suarez, your teeth are offside."
*** "He's big, he's red, his feet stick out the bed, Peter Crouch."
** 20,000 East London-accented voices singing "I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles"- the rather whimsical anthem of West Ham United, is impressive and interesting in idea quite a sight, quite a sound too, when you think about the stereotypes of British Accents.
** When Liverpool face Scottish club Celtic, who also sing You'll ''You'll Never Walk Alone, Alone'', the results are something [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xfgqi-UahE8&feature=related spectacular]]. Another honorable mention to Celtic during their [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YOyoixsRkQ4 match]] against Barcelona. Just don't try to start a debate on who done it first/does it better.better.
* England's rugby team has an unofficial anthem in the form of 'Swing Low Sweet Chariot'.
** When Arsene Wenger, manager of the famously WeakButSkilled Arsenal football team, compared [[UnnecessaryRoughness the notably physical]] Stoke to a rugby team, [[CrowningMomentOfFunny their fans responded by singing 'Swing Low Sweet Chariot'.]]



** The same can be said of "We Will Rock You". * stomp stomp CLAP! stomp stomp CLAP! stomp stomp CLAP!*

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** The same can be said of "We Will Rock You". * *stomp stomp CLAP! stomp stomp CLAP! stomp stomp CLAP! stomp stomp CLAP!*



* Gather Scotsmen and alcohol in any one place, particularly if it's actually outwith Scotland itself, and ''Flower of Scotland'' tends to fulfill this trope to a tee.

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* Gather Scotsmen and alcohol in any one place, particularly if it's actually outwith within Scotland itself, and ''Flower of Scotland'' tends to fulfill fulfil this trope to a tee.


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* ''Let it Go'' has more recently achieved this status. Start singing it in a crowd, particularly at a convention, and the response will either be enthusiastic ''a cappella'' accompaniment or [[HypeBacklash possible violence]].
11th Mar '16 11:36:54 AM Gimere
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* At ''Wrestling/{{ECW}} House Party 99'', [[http://www.wrestling-titles.com/us/ecw/ecw-t.html ECW World Tag Team Champions]] Wrestling/RobVanDam and Wrestling/{{Sabu}} defended the belts against Wrestling/BallsMahoney and Axl Rotten, who themselves sang along with RVD and Sabu's music, which was perfectly understandable since it was Music/{{Pantera}}'s "Walk."
* ECW events also gave birth to two songs "Wrestling/{{Taz|z}} is gonna kill you!" and "Fuck em up Taz, fuck em up!", which have since been adopted for other wrestlers in other promotions.
* Wrestling/SamoaJoe's fans tend to sing "Ole, Ole Ole Ole!" whenever his opponent is knocked on their behind, which is usually right before he runs a lap and kicks them in the head. [[Wrestling/SamiZayn El Generico]]'s fans tend to sing "Ole" whenever.
* [[Wrestling/RonKillings K-Kwik and later, R-Truth]] took this to the next level, as he makes his entrance through the audience and encourages them to sing along to his entrance song, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kqceIlWQhnM What's Up?]].
* Starting in early 2002, whenever Wrestling/KurtAngle's entrance music played, he was showered with "You Suck" chants in rhythm with his music. A couple months later, at Wrestling/{{Edge}}'s insistence, they started chanting even louder, and the chants continued throughout the rest of his WWE Career, even being censored briefly in late 2005 when Kurt complained about it in kayfabe.
* "(Na Na, Na Na Na Na, Hey Hey) Goodbye" to add salt to the wound of a wrestler just fired or announcing he's quitting in the ring.
* Buzzing for the Swarm/Hybrid Dolphins (Wrestling/{{London|AndKendrick}} and [[Wrestling/BryanDanielson Danielson]] in Wrestling/ProWrestlingGuerilla)
* During the Eric Young/Johnny Devine match at Wrestling/{{TNA}}'s ''Hard Justice 2006'' [=PPV=], the crowd began singing "The Roof Is on Fire" for no apparent reason. It turns out the roof of the Impact Zone was actually on fire but the announcers tried to ignore it until the smoke became so bad that they could no longer hide it, but by then the crowd had switched to chanting Wrestling/JohnCena's catchphrase, "You Can't See Me", which TNA probably hated more than the roof being on fire.
* The North West Wrestling Alliance fans had their own song, to the same tune as "Taz is gonna kill you." [[CharacterFilibuster "We don't wanna hear you!"]]
* One of the funniest examples of this was during the ''Raw'' after ''Wrestling/WrestleMania 29''. Fans began singing Wrestling/{{Fandango}}[[note]][[ItIsPronouncedTroPAY "Faaaaahn Daaaahn Go!"]][[/note]]'s entrance music. However the song has no lyrics and is completely instrumental, so they just sang the melody.
* Speaking Of Cena, it was clear the Raw audience was greatly displeased with his victory over Wrestling/BrayWyatt following the 2014 [=WrestleMania=] where they were singing "He's got the whole world in his hands." along with them. They showed this displeasure by singing "John Cena Sucks" in tune with his Cena's entrance music and continued well into the show, long after the music had stopped playing.
* Another from the Taz trend, the [[Wrestling/{{WWENXT}} NXT]] crowds like to sing "Wrestling/{{Bayley}}'s gonna [[CuddleBug hug]] you!
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* At ProfessionalWrestling events and TV tapings the crowds will often [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PE7GTc8p-1A sing along]] to wrestlers' entrance music.
** At ''Wrestling/{{ECW}} House Party 99'', [[http://www.wrestling-titles.com/us/ecw/ecw-t.html ECW World Tag Team Champions]] Wrestling/RobVanDam and Wrestling/{{Sabu}} defended the belts against Wrestling/BallsMahoney and Axl Rotten, who themselves sang along with RVD and Sabu's music, which was perfectly understandable since it was Music/{{Pantera}}'s "Walk."
** ECW events also gave birth to two songs "Wrestling/{{Taz|z}} is gonna kill you!" and "Fuck em up Taz, fuck em up!", which have since been adopted for other wrestlers in other promotions.
** Wrestling/SamoaJoe's fans tend to sing "Ole, Ole Ole Ole!" whenever his opponent is knocked on their behind, which is usually right before he runs a lap and kicks them in the head. Wrestling/ElGenerico's fans tend to sing "Ole" whenever.
** [[Wrestling/RonKillings K-Kwick and later, R-Truth]] took this to the next level, as he makes his entrance through the audience and encourages them to sing along to his entrance song, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kqceIlWQhnM What's Up?]].
** Starting in early 2002, whenever Wrestling/KurtAngle's entrance music played, he was showered with "You Suck" chants in rhythm with his music. A couple months later, at Wrestling/{{Edge}}'s insistence, they started chanting even louder, and the chants continued throughout the rest of his WWE Career, even being censored briefly in late 2005 when Kurt complained about it in kayfabe.
** "(Na Na, Na Na Na Na, Hey Hey) Goodbye" to add salt to the wound of a wrestler just fired or announcing he's quitting in the ring.
** Buzzing for the Swarm/Hybrid Dolphins (Wrestling/{{London|AndKendrick}} and [[Wrestling/BryanDanielson Danielson]] in Wrestling/ProWrestlingGuerilla)
** During the Eric Young, Johnny Devine match at Wrestling/{{TNA}}'s ''Hard Justice 2006'' [=PPV=], the crowd began singing "The Roof Is on Fire" for no apparent reason. It turns out the roof of the Impact Zone was actually on fire but the announcers tried to ignore it until the smoke became so bad that they could no longer hide it, but by then the crowd had switched to chanting Wrestling/JohnCena's catchphrase, "You Can't See Me", which TNA probably hated more than the roof being on fire.
** The North West Wrestling Alliance fans had their own song, to the same tune as "Taz is gonna kill you." [[CharacterFilibuster "We don't wanna hear you!"]]
** One of the funniest examples of this was during the Raw after ''Wrestling/{{WrestleMania}} 29''. Fans began singing Wrestling/{{Fandango}}[[note]][[ItIsPronouncedTroPAY "Faaaaahn Daaaahn Go!"]][[/note]]'s entrance music. However the song has no lyrics and is completely instrumental, so they just sang the melody.
** Speaking Of Cena, it was clear the Raw audience was greatly displeased with his victory over [[Wrestling/WyattFamily Bray Wyatt]] following the 2013 Wrestlemania where they were singing "He's got the whole world in his hands." along with them. They showed this displeasure by singing "John Cena Sucks" in tune with his Cena's entrance music and continued well into the show, long after the music had stopped playing.
** Another from the Taz trend, The NXT crowds like to sing "Wrestling/{{Bayley}}'s gonna [[CuddleBug hug]] you!"
9th Mar '16 1:02:04 PM Hossmeister
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* There was an episode of PepperAnn made up almost entirely of these...

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* There was an episode of PepperAnn WesternAnimation/PepperAnn made up almost entirely of these...
18th Feb '16 7:51:01 PM eroock
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