What does this song mean to you? This song means the black parade meaning lot to me, because it reminds me of the promise I made to David Morrow.
I so wish I had a picture of him, but all I have is this song, a pair of leather weight gloves, and my memory. I promise I will always fight for those that are beaten, broken, and damned. Thank you David Morrow for all you’ve done for this person. I will always miss you and love you Sir, Coach, Master. Also thank you everyone from Principal Mayor to Sgt. I still remember you all from Judge Baker Manville Center.
The plans that they have made? Song Discussions is protected by U. So why are players and fans being told to conform with the idea of wearing one? Celtic Football Club would not have been too surprised to see a group of fans unfurling a huge anti-war banner at the team’s ground last Saturday.
Your deeds they would shame all the devils in hell. No blood-stained poppy on our hoops’, was a protest against the club’s decision to mark Remembrance Day by getting the players to wear poppies on their famous green and white hooped jerseys and hold a minute’s silence before the game. However the club’s reaction to the protesters shows just how far Celtic’s anti-establishment roots have been officially ditched by those running it. The demonisation and vilification of a group of people who staged a peaceful political protest would be shocking in any circumstances, but it is even more so at Celtic. To many Celtic fans, the history and ethos of the club is not only Irish, but is also closely linked to the struggle against British rule and militarism in Ireland.