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The Morton Song
(Nicol)

At Cappielow Park down in Greenock where football's the game that is played.
Now who do you think plays the football but the lads of the Greenock Brigade.
There's Brown, Boyd and Mallan and Strachan, there's Reilly and Kiernan and Orr.
There's Adamson, Stevenson, Caven, Wilson, Campbell and Byrne and McGraw.
They are Morton, Morton - they are the boys who are on the ball.
Morton, Morton the finest wee team of them all.

Some talk of their great inside-forwards, how they made the enemy reel.
In bygone days we had the greatest - a wee fellow called Billy Steele.
Now some boast of great Hampden heroes and some talk of goalkeeping arts,
but who gave the Scots Jimmy Cowan the man who broke all Englands hearts?

Morton, Morton the finest wee team of them all.

Goodbye to that old relegation, goodbye to the days of the flop,
for we're going to take Greenock Morton and put them right back at the top.
So lift up your voices and cheer them, Aye lift up your voices and sing
and let Scottish football be knowing that the tail of the bank has a sting.
And it's Morton, Morton - they are the boys who are on the ball.
Morton, Morton the finest wee team of them all.

Morton, Morton - they are the boys who are on the ball.
Morton, Morton the finest wee team of them all.

MORTON!

 

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