Bouncy Bouncy Song Glasgow Rangers

Glasgow Rangers World Record Holders

Glasgow Rangers Football Club hold more titles than trophies that any other Football club in the world, the Scottish Premier League club added 2 more titles and trophies to their impressive haul in season 2009-2010 when they won the Scottish League cup and They were crowned as the premier League Champions.

Rangers fans and Rangers supporters clubs can be found in most countries around the world and providing that you are a Rangers supporter you will be welcome to visit where ever you decide to go on your annual vacation.

Rangers supporters love their team and will travel anywhere to watch them play.

Whether playing at home or away the Rangers fans will always be there and their songs will be heard all over the stadium.

Win lose or draw you will hear the Faithful Rangers supporter chanting on the way to the game during the game and on the way home from the game.

Banned

Is That who I think it is?

Banned Rangers Songs

A lot of the old Rangers songs are now banned from being played or sang at the matches and if any supporter is caught singing any of these songs they will be removed from the grounds and they will receive a ban from going to future matches.

The songs which are banned have religious and sectarian conotations which can lead to violence between rival Football Supporters especially Rangers Biggest rivals Celtic.

it was even suggested that the song The Hokey Cokey should be banned because it had religious connotations.

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Daily Telegraph December 2008

According to the Catholic Church and some Scottish politicians, singing the popular tune that begins with the words "You put your right hand in, your right hand out," may constitute an act of religious hatred.

A spokesman for the leader of the church in Scotland said the song had disturbing origins.

Critics claim that Puritans composed the song in the 18th century in an attempt to mock the actions and language of priests leading the Latin mass.

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Of course on the Saturday after that story was published Rangers Fans could not help themselves as they whole heartedly sang the Hokey Cokey at the tops of their voices.

Banned Rangers songs include

The Sash My Father Wore, The Billy Boys, the famine song, F*** the Pope and many others

Follow Follow Rangers

Follow Follow Rangers Official Anthem

Official Rangers Songs

Rangers football Club do have a list of official songs that can be heard every match day whether playing at home or away from home these songs can be heard reverberating around the grounds, including the official Rangers Anthem "Follow Follow"

other songs in the official list include

The Famous Glasgow Rangers

All the Bluebells are Blue

The Boys in Royal Blue

The Rangers Chorus

The Rangers over Here

It's Rangers for me

Who's That Team

Living our Dream.

Rangers and Rangers Supporters have also adopted the song "Simply the Best" by Tina Turner as a favorite song and winning the Premier league this season has seen the song once again enter the UK music charts at number 9, The celtic supporters tried to counteract this by downloading and buying their anthem You'll Never walk alone which entered the charts at number 33.

The Laughing Rangers Fans

Funny song about Aberdeen

Funny Rangers Songs

There are many Rangers song that of course make fools of their opponents especially Celtic, the laughing Rangers fan is just one of the many.

Most of them contain bad language though so if you are easily offended please do not watch the videos in this section.

Aberdeen also come in for a lot of flack from Rangers fans and because they are from the north east of Scotland Sheep are often mentioned in these songs.

Again this Video contains language that may offend.

Because of religious conotations though most of these songs are also banned from the grounds and I am not allowed to show them here either.

Of course it isn't only Rangers fans that make up songs about rival teams every Scottish and British club have their own songs.

Bouncy Bouncy in MacDonalds

Lets all do the Bouncy

In Scottish football no song gets the Rangers fans going like The Bouncy Bouncy song when the Rangers fans start singing this song and bouncing up and down as they sing it you can feel the whole stadium moving.

The words are easy to learn and you cant help yourself from getting caught up in the moment when the Rangers Fans start to sing it.

Bouncy Bouncy Bouncy Bouncy Na na na  na na na,

The video (right) was filmed in 2008 when Rangers Travelled to Manchester to play in the EUFA Cup Final against Zenit ST Petersburgh, this was before the match and some of the fans decided to go to Aldi's Supermarket for a bit of Shopping.

Sadly Rangers did not win on the day.

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Hello, hello, 6 years ago from London, UK

I don't believe it. I haven't had a high opinion of the chuches for a long time but to stretch the right hand in to such an extent. This is lunacy. What about the prist's scandals? They do not get banned. This makes me more sick.


selrach 6 years ago

Still bouncing from Easter road.


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wavegirl22 6 years ago from New York, NY

bbouncy bouncy jimmy got a new shirt and mug lets have a cheer for that !!! Loved this Hub and rated up!!! Now if only i could get a shirt or a mug!!!!


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LadyWriter 6 years ago from UK

Ha Ha 'The Bouncy Song' the words are easy to learn - well they have to be don't they!

Well I never - the Hokey Cokey has religious connotations? Come to think of it I've never heard it played at any weddings or New Year's Eve parties over here. You learn something new every day at HubPages!


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attemptedhumour 5 years ago from Australia

The Hokey Cokey didn't seem the biggest candidate for religious intolerance although 'the right leg in' might be safe. I'm a Wolves fan and remember when Liverpool adopted "You'll never walk alone'. A choir sprang up at Wolves about 66 or 67. People from the supporters club started composing quite clever songs. Copies of the lyrics would be passed around and we'd all join in. The songs were quite tasteful with no bad language, but within one season the swear words were added and the songs degenerated into the mire. I'm not at all prudish i was just a witness to the beginnings of that phenomenon at 'my' Wolves. Cheers mate interesting hub


Edgar 5 years ago

Do you know something about one song that is like this "we are coming we are coming dangerous u can heard all noise from the teddy teddy boys we are coming dangerous" i don´t remember


Scott 4 years ago

I no the guy that started that his name is marwick , we are all from the ibrox area and started doing it 1987

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