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Topic History of: Could someone please explain...
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Green Man I have noticed people singing " I feel fine" instead of "I've been inclined".
Boris Hancock Its also a boxing song for some strange reason.

However...99.9% of those singing it have no idea what the actual lyrics are.
So everytime its heard you get;

Sweet Caroline..der der der!
Good times never seem so bruuuu!
Eye see the sy...der der der
To believe the wur wur woooo!

As if British Boxing and SOCCER were not cringeworthy enough in recent times.
Green Man It's a popular song for drunks - wait football fans are drunks.

Mind blown.
JK2006 Why Sweet Caroline is a football song? What on earth does Caroline have to do with British soccer?