European Song

Single infobox
Name = European Song


Artist = The Aberdeen Football squad 1983
B-side = Northern Lights of Old Aberdeen
Released = 1983
Format = 7"
Recorded =
Genre = Novelty song
Length = 3:12
Label = McCoochley Street Music
Writer = Harry Barry
Producer =
Chart position = N/A
Last single = N/A
This single = "European Song" (1983)
Next single = N/A |

European Song is a football song released in 1983 to mark Aberdeen's participation in the 1983 European Cup Winners' Cup Final. It was performed by the Aberdeen FC Squad and written by Harry Barry. The song did not chart in the UK.

Performers

Among the singers on the song were the following Aberdeen players:

*Willie Miller
*Alex McLeish
*Gordon Strachan
*Eric Black
*John Hewitt
*Jim Leighton
*Mark McGhee

B-Side

The song on the B-Side was a rendition of "The Northern Lights of Old Aberdeen", a song about the city of Aberdeen. There are rumours that the song was not performed by the squad themselves. [cite web |url="http://www.redfinal.com/comeon.htm"|title="Come On You Reds review" |accessdate=2007-06-10 |format= |work= ]

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