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So when tae booze ye are inclined, And miniskirts run in your mind, Hame tae your wife ye maun quickly rush, Remember Ken's puir smashed-up mush. Not all the moralizing however was left to the poets. There is in Liverpool a school of indigenous verse—known as the Kop choir, which produces, as it were spontaneously, verses to suit every situation that might occur within the game of football. Many great epics have been written by and about the Kop. I have selected Woolworth's: The Kop "Ode on the Kop Mound" "Go home you bums" swells up the mighty roar, The Reds it cheers, the enemy it daunts, They go to pieces when they hear the taunts, Ten thousand take it up, and maybe more, With songs like this their team just has to score.