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Steven Mramor - Music - The Browns Song

Genre:
Americana
Added:
29-10-2013
Position:
112 in Americana, 9163 overall

When I was a boy, way back in 64
We played a little game with a team from Baltimore.
Now they were pretty rugged
The ball it went a-flyin
But we had Lou the Toe, Paul Warfield, and Frank Ryan.


And when I was a boy, we played out on the street
A game called Jimmy Brown tackle football on concrete
Well we sure took our lumps then
But still, and all the same
We didnt mind abrasions, we just loved to play the game called the

Cleveland Browns
From Cleveland town
When that whistles blowing
We love to hear that sound
Now you may go up now by three points and beat us
But folks, were from Cleveland, youll never defeat us!

Then we all grew up, time seemed to slip away,
But we still come a barking on cold December days
With orange hair and pennants
And milk bones and biscuits,
We sit in the dog pound, weve got season tickets!

Cleveland Browns
From Cleveland town
Were the finest football fans
Anywhere around
So if you get rattled and your minds a reelin
Youve just been playin a game we call Cleveland

For Cleveland Browns
From Cleveland town
When that whistles blowing
We love to hear that sound
Now you may go up now by three points and beat us
But folks, were from Cleveland, youll never defeat us!

Browns

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