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  • 109.
    The Fellow Who Doesn't Fit In

    He doesn't play sports drink alcohol or take dope and you might say he doesn't fit in
    And he doesn't lust after young women and he's not seen as a man amongst men
    He works hard to provide for his family and he leads a good and a clean life
    And he is a nice man to talk to and he is faithful to his wife.

    He's not a religious type person and he doesn't attend church on sunday
    And he too in some ways a sinner the religious zealots might say
    And some see him as a social outsider but to live clean should not be a sin
    And he deserve respect not scorn the fellow who doesn't fit in.

    He doesn't watch football on the t.v. or support any football team
    And he's not part of any social club nor does he crave social esteem
    Yet he has his many detractors in life it is so hard to win
    And his type of man getting rarer the fellow who doesn't fit in.

    He doesn't play cricket or football with his children as many a young father do
    On sundays with his wife and his young son and daughter he's at the cinema, art gallery or zoo
    And he is a man who loves Nature and is loving Nature a sin?
    For he is looked on with suspicion the fellow who doesn't fit in.

    Politics, women, money and work matters of such topics he tend to stay clear
    And he's just your average type of person his children and his wife to him dear
    Yet he is looked on as quite boring and his name is mentioned with a grin
    And life isn't meant to be easy for the fellow who 'doesn't fit in' read more »

  • 110.
    Geelong

    A place that is honoured in story and song
    Victoria's largest Rural City of famed old Geelong
    It's Australian Rules Football Club is known far and wide
    And Geelong football fans on their footballers take pride, read more »

  • 111.
    A Boyhood Sporting Hero

    Most boys have their sporting heroes and mine played Gaelic Football
    The mighty Mick O Connell the greatest I recall
    But Mick O played for Kerry and Cork my favourite team
    And to play football good as him was many school boy's dream read more »

  • 112.
    The Odd Person Out

    You don't take narcotics or you don't smoke tobacco
    And you don't drink spirits, wine or stout
    And you are what is known as a cleanskin
    But at times you feel the odd one out. read more »

  • 113.
    I Remember The Time

    I remember the time when the Gaelic Footballers of Millstreet
    In the Cork County Senior Championship for the best were a hard team to beat
    But time does bring change as some like to say so
    And that is going back a few decades ago. read more »

  • 114.
    In The Local Football Oval

    In the floodlight lit football oval each weeknight after tea
    I hear the young men shouting as they train diligently
    As their coach puts them through their training drills their exuberance I hear
    They sprint about in the chill night air in the coldest time of year. read more »

  • 115.
    Autumn Dream

    Burning leaves of red and gold
    No more til springtime will unfold
    A hint of winter chills the air
    To summon snowmen, everywhere read more »

  • 116.
    On The Passing Of Dan Leary

    Dan Leary was a legend of old Millstreet but he'll never more be seen in Millstreet Town
    Or in the Townpark on a Summer's evening With a pair of greyhounds walking up and down
    He was a sterling corner back in his prime a stalwart of Millstreet Gaelic Football
    Fearless and hard but fair he never shirked a challenge as those who played against him do recall. read more »

  • 117.
    He Was A Big Hero

    He has just turned fifty his fastest pace slow
    He is not the man he was twenty years ago
    When they used to toast him at the local pub
    And he was the hero of the football club read more »

  • 118.
    Post Grand Final Day

    For the winners many weeks of hip hip hooray
    And the feeling of joy with their fans months does stay
    But for one to win one must lose as some do say
    And for the losers only sadness post Grand Final Day. read more »

  • 119.
    Tim Kennelly

    A mighty Gaelic Footballer he inspired the bards to rhyme
    He played centre half back for Kerry when he was in his prime
    A stalwart of the Listowel Emmetts a famous Gaelic Football Club
    And in the Town of listowel he owned a well known pub. read more »

  • 120.
    Three Boys On their Bicycles

    Along the quiet back streets pedalling up and down
    Three boys on their bicycles in the old country town
    The prime years of their lives a decade ahead
    The future belong to the youth as has often been said read more »

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  14. The Mad Duck, Ima Ryma
  15. R9 Football Club, Robert Mogano
  16. Play Nice, Ima Ryma
  17. Messi, sallam yassin
  18. JACK PINTO, Christina J. Williams
  19. Progress, sallam yassin
  20. Football, Deci Hernandez
  21. The football legend Pele, Asif Andalib
  22. Football 2, Tony Gonzalez
  23. EURO-The Football Spirit, taanya khanna
  24. 'El-messiah'!, Edward Kofi Louis
  25. "Shayne", zach burdette
  26. What Is War, David Aoloch Bion
  27. Why Do You Love Football?, Candy Simpson
  28. Kick the Ball, Edward Kofi Louis
  29. The Football Match, Asif Andalib
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  31. Limerick - A Footballing Acrobat, Jools Hampton
  32. Green Bay, Wisconsin ~ Tanka, Christine A Kysely
  33. Football Is Its Name ~ Senryu, Christine A Kysely
  34. Football, Udiah (witness to Yah)
  35. A Flower To Auroville Mother-51, Indira Renganathan
  36. I'm A Fan, Colin Coplin
  37. Football - The most beautiful game, Rohan Roy
  38. Bliss., john o'connell
  39. Football Is Round, Louisa Dai
  40. Maradona, Maradona, Maradona…, Biswajit Ganguly
  41. Worldcup 2010 southafrica, Baliboola N.ivan
  42. The Great Footballers Of Brazil, Francis Duggan
  43. XFL, Jesus Christ
  44. FOOTBALL A GAME., BUNMI OROGUN SAMUEL
  45. The Last Day, Khadim Hussain
  46. You May Know A Lot About Your Favourite .., Francis Duggan
  47. done with football, Aaron Fullbright
  48. 'Tis Football, Francis Duggan
  49. For the Hillsborough Lost, Gordon D Wilkinson
  50. MY WINNING HUGS., mariam khan Farah Abdulahi
  51. Another Football Season, Francis Duggan
  52. I Remember The Time, Francis Duggan
  53. Three Boys On their Bicycles, Francis Duggan
  54. Suppose Football Does Serve A Purpose, Francis Duggan
  55. Football, my life, Estelle Koehler
  56. i- Formation, Onyx Blake
  57. My Grandfather, Prasetya Utama
  58. Football His Diversion, Francis Duggan
  59. ! LOYAL FAN, Linda Ori
  60. ! GAMES, GAYATRI NAMBIAR
  61. He Is Such A Joyful Winner, Francis Duggan
  62. Tim Kennelly, Francis Duggan
  63. Zinnedine Zidane, Francis Duggan
  64. This Is The Football Season, Francis Duggan
  65. The Teenager On His Bicycle, Francis Duggan
  66. Young David The Under Fourteen, Francis Duggan
  67. The Joy Of Their Laughter, Francis Duggan
  68. Denny Long Of Annagloor, Francis Duggan
  69. A Memory From 85, Francis Duggan
  70. In The Local Football Oval, Francis Duggan
  71. Frank Riordan, Francis Duggan
  72. The Woman Five Doors Down, Francis Duggan
  73. Brendan Moynihan, Francis Duggan
  74. FOOTBALL, Fred Babbin
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