April 15th 1989
For those interested, I can still remember that day quite clearly. I went with a friend and my father to the game, with the intention of arriving early...
The tragedy of Hillsborough is quite beyond belief For the fans who never returned home we know „They‚ll Never Walk Alone.š
CHORUS. The famous Reds of Liverpool Have an anthem of their own And through the tragedy we all know „They‚ll Never Walk Alone.š
VERSE 2. You opened the gates to heaven Lord When the „92š were on their way There is a place called memory lane Where the fans will always remain Though I never knew you I think of you all just the same I‚ll put my red and white checked scarf Around my neck, and take one deep breath „You‚ll Never Walk Aloneš again.
CHORUS. The famous Reds of Liverpool Have an anthem of their own And through the tragedy we all know „They‚ll Never Walk Aloneš
VERSE 3. You all went to the match that day full of hope And you plunged down that terrible slope You all cried out in fear and God did hear Now you are all part of Shankly‚s team Playing football and singing „You‚ll Never Walk Aloneš.
This poem is dedicated to the 92 L.F.C fans who lost their Lives at Hillsborough on cup final day L.F.C v N.F.F.C 1989. Poem by Dean Broad