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    Message from Club: Our Under-19s play Keith in the Second Round of the Scottish Youth Cup at Tulloch Caledonian Stadium on Sunday 2nd October with a 2:00pm kick-off. Admission is free, so come along and support our youngsters.
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    Give me a song and i'll sing it like I mean it. You set my world on fire I love you more every day You can run you can run and you do no wrong I love you more every day You set my world on fire And I don't care what they say You can run but you know where you belong I love you more every day What more can I say (Set my world on fire) And I don't care, I don't care what they say I love you more, I love you more every day In case you dont know how the song goes- The Feeling, Set my world on fire, except we will sing it better.
  3. 1 point
    I think that was Nostradamus. It's incredible that someone centuries ago could have predicted The Simpsons.
  4. 1 point
    give me some songs to sing and i'll sing them. trouble is other than the generic songs that get sung up and down the country there are not that many that are well enough known by the main body of the fans to make them heard I know what you mean its annoying
  5. -2 points
    Ok, first clue is at 1.00 in. See if you can work it out sunshine. Classic fail
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