West Ham Reveal Ravel Revelationn

Funny story written by j.w.

Wednesday, 16 October 2013

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Hammers Fan Finding Bubbles

West Ham supporters have been searching the works of the composer Ravel, following the dramatic development of their goal scoring genius Ravel Morrison.

Tipped to replace the Bubbles song and the Christmas Carol, 'Where Are You, Father Christmas?' the Hammers fans have decided that Ravel's arrangement of Pictures At An Exhibition is a natural for East End improvisation.

Several supporters, versed in the finer points of impressionistic music, have come up with Bubbles at a Carol Concert as the new West Hamm theme song.

I'm For Ever Blowing Bubbles
Pretty Pictures In The Sky
They Fly So High
Till They Reach La Sky
Exhibiting Them For You
Stop You Feeling Blue
etc etc

Sam Allardyce, West Ham Manager, has endorsed the move to Ravel and has urged fans to learn the lyrics of Ravel's Jeux de la nuit
for evening games.

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