Funny one from the Shed
In your Melbourne slums, In your Melbourne slums, You look in the dustbins for something to eat, You find a dead rat and you think it's a treat, In your Melbourne slums! In your Melbourne slums You sh*t on the carpet, you p*ss in the bath, You finger your grandma, and think it's a laugh In your Melbourne slums... In your Melbourne slums, You speak in an accent exceedingly rare, You wear a pink shirt and have curly hair, In your Melbourne slums... In your Melbourne slums, Your mum's on the game and your dad's in the nick, You can't get a job 'cos you're too f*cking thick, In your Melbourne slums...
(Ed: Great song, hats off! Great ringtone for your phone too. Get it on our Android and iOS apps)
The Teapot Song (Are We Happy?) Chant
Song sung by Perth Glory active fans zone "The Shed", when winning matches 2-1. Song originated in the Elephant and Wheelbarrow, the local pre-match pub that fans venture to. The name comes from the turning dance done at the end of every verse, which due to fans holding their drinks, resembles a teapot. Fans repeat every line
Sung by Perth Glory fans to Wellington Phoenix goalkeeper when Phoenix takes a Goal Kick. An alternative to Glory's "You Fat Bastard" chant.
There's Only One Perth Glory! Chant
Perth's fans rendition of a football fanchant favourite