Gothenburg Willie

 

Bangly legs, he had no teeth

Big ugly Jim, still nae the chief

 

Willie Miller, king of the heap.

Inspired a city, famous for sheep

 

Fast as lighting, he wasnae yer enemy

He wore number two, his name was Kennedy

 

Willie Miller, king of the heap.

Inspired a city, famous for sheep

 

Bronze Adonis, at the back

Dirty Doug Rougvie, liked to hack

 

Willie Miller, king of the heap.

Inspired a city, famous for sheep

 

 

Next to Willie, in the defence

Young Big Eck, he was immense

 

Willie Miller, king of the heap.

Inspired a city, famous for sheep

 

Before the defence to stop a disaster

Blocking all tackles was john McMaster

 

Willie Miller, king of the heap.

Inspired a city, famous for sheep

 

At the Spanish heels Simpson did snap,

Putting the dandy’s on the World Map

 

Willie Miller, king of the heap.

Inspired a city, famous for sheep

 

He honed his skills not far fae the Dee

He set up the winner his name was McGee

 

Willie Miller, king of the heap.

Inspired a city, famous for sheep

 

He’s Comfae Dundee, a bit of a whinger

Wizard with a ball, also a ginger

 

Willie Miller, king of the heap.

Inspired a city, famous for sheep

 

Down the wing he used to jink,

Peter Weir the missing Link

 

Willie Miller, king of the heap.

Inspired a city, famous for sheep

 

They tried to intimidate, they tried to whack

But the Spaniards couldnae stop Eric Black

 

Willie Miller, king of the heap.

Inspired a city, famous for sheep

 

A Wednesday night in May 1983,

He came off the bench, it was destiny

 

Willie Miller, king of the heap.

Inspired a city, famous for sheep

 

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