Date: 27th May 2015
SWEDEN won Eurovision last weekend, with the British entry coming in a measly 24th. Just 5 points, but that is hardly a big shock given our European popularity.
This got us to thinking, where would some of Scottish football’s songs rank in their own Scotvision contest? Here is our take on the best and worst of Scottish chants and songs. Be warned, though, your eardrums are about to be —with some of our favourites or not so favourite!
1st place: ‘Loch Lomond’ – Tartan Army
2nd place: ‘Sunshine on Leith’ – Hibernian
3rd place: ‘Here we go…in a row’ – Celtic and Rangers
4th place: ‘Keiran MacDonald had a farm’ – Clyde
5th place: ‘The Hearts Song’ – Hearts
6th place: ‘Eastenders Theme’ – Dunfermline
7th place: ‘Stand Free’ – Aberdeen
8th place: ‘Paper Roses’ – Kilmarnock
9th place: ‘The Partick Thistle Song’ – Partick Thistle
10th place: ‘The Jailender Song’ – Ross County
11th place: ‘Cup Final song’ – Dundee United
12th place: ‘Dundee’ – Dundee
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