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  1. Hello mateys, Chelsea fan since the Spurs cup final '67, was in the Allianz for that unforgettable night two years ago. I'm a songwriter - into anything that's a good song from the 1920s onwards right up to modern chart stuff, particularly Pop/Rock or Country. I traced my Dad after about 50 years and he was shocked I'd turned out to be a Chels since the rest of my entire family on both sides are Fulham :-) I wrote a song about it called 'My Dad Supports Fulham'. Interested to hear what you think. https://soundcloud.com/thejacula/my-dad-supports-fulham?in=thejacula%2Fsets%2Fvarious-eat-my-goal It's now out on iTunes as part of the alternative football compilation 'Eat My Goal': https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/eat-my-goal/id885290089 Here are the lyrics: My Dad Supports Fulham © 2009 Murray Webster Verse 1 Talking to my old man after such a long, long time I was just a baby when he last was by my side I sent him a photo wearing a shirt of the brightest blue With the West Stand, Stamford Bridge, in full view PreChorus He took one look and said "It's lucky, son That I didn't die of shame" Chorus My Dad Supports Fulham He only sees in black and white But I love the colours of Chelsea I'm so glad he wasn't there to put me right Verse 2 His father played at The Cottage he says he's very proud The nephew that I've never met shouts their name out loud PreChorus He said "There's no doubt that your ancestors Will be spinning in their graves" Chorus My Dad Supports Fulham He only sees in black and white But I love the colours of Chelsea I'm so glad he wasn't there to put me right Bridge From the things I've been told by my father There's many colours we both share But if I'd been forced to wear black and white That would be such a hard cross to bear Chorus x 2 My Dad Supports Fulham He only sees in black and white But I love the colours of Chelsea I'm so glad he wasn't there to put me right Coda My Dad Supports Fulham Cheers! Murray Webster www.MurrayWebster.com Organiser www.LondonSongwriters.co.uk