Come On You Reds

Album: Come On You Reds (1994)
Charted: 1

Songfacts®:

  • Manchester United are an English football (soccer) team and this song was made by them to be their "theme" and to be played at their matches. It became the first #1 for a football club.
  • The line "Glory Glory Man United" was inspiration for the lyrics. It was a common chant for fans to use at their matches.
  • This samples the Status Quo song "Burning Bridges." >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Mjn Seifer - England

Comments: 3

  • Mjn Seifer from Not Listed For Personal Reason, EnglandExcelent someone correct the year. Thank you.
  • Jeff from Liverpool, Englandthe worst possible re-make of a quo song ever
  • Mjn Seifer from Not Listed For Personal Reason, EnglandUm, why is this dated 2000? It was in early 90s!!!
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