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The club number of Greater Western Sydney is viral in the run-up to the AFL final (on the photo; Jeremy Cameron and Indiana Putra arrive at the GWS Brownlow Medal function)

The beloved team song by Richmond Tigers is threatened by GWS & Big Big Sound – while the Giants anthem produces dozens of hilarious memes

  • AFL grand finale is on Saturday between Greater Western Sydney and Richmond
  • The game starts at 2.30 pm at Melbourne Cricket Ground before the sold-out audience is sold out
  • The GWS club number has been embraced by fans in the run-up to the game
  • Memes have been published online as a dubbing of the song about famous television scenes
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The club number of Greater Western Sydney, & # 39; There a Big Big Sound & # 39 ;, went viral in the run-up to the AFL grand finale on Saturday – with dozens of memes.

Saturday's match against Richmond will be the first major GWS Giant gig – set up just ten years ago.

Punters enthusiastically threw their weight behind the song against the popular and well-known club number of the tigers & # 39; We are from Tigerland & # 39; leading up to the game.

The club number of Greater Western Sydney is viral in the run-up to the AFL final (on the photo; Jeremy Cameron and Indiana Putra arrive at the GWS Brownlow Medal function)

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The club number of Greater Western Sydney is viral in the run-up to the AFL final (on the photo; Jeremy Cameron and Indiana Putra arrive at the GWS Brownlow Medal function)

The song's audio has been dubbed over famous scenes from Seinfeld, The Simpsons and Peppa Pig.

GWS GIANTS CLUB SONG LYRICS

Well, there is a big, big sound

From the west of the city

It is the sound of the mighty GIANTS

You feel the ground A-SHAKING

The other teams are shaking

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In their boots for the GIANTS

We take the longest steps

And the highest jump

We are stronger than the rest

We are the Greater Western Sydney GIANTS

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We are the largest and the best

And we will never surrender

We will fight to the end

We are bigger than the rest

It even has its own trending hashtag on Twitter with #bigbigsound.

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The author of the gripping theme of the Giants revealed this week that while the club owns the rights to the song, he earns a cool $ 10 each time the Giants win a match – this year $ 160.

Harry Angus from the Australian band The Cat Empire said he & # 39; just tried to obey all these lines of footy songs & # 39; when writing the melody.

& # 39; So you have the middle brass choir, they made the men sing happily and the only thing I really did was put it in a small key. Immediately it became Russian, which I didn't realize at the time, & Angus said on channel 10.

& # 39; I just wrote this song, it was kind of fun. I submitted it and I don't think anyone else even submitted a song, & he said.

& # 39; But they liked my one, we ended up with that. The players seem to like it and I think it will only take a few years to sink into people's consciousness. Then it just fits a bit with the others because it sounds good. & # 39;

Dustin Martin of the Tigers sings the team song during the AFL Second Provisional Final 2019 between the Richmond Tigers and the Geelong Cats in the MCG earlier this month
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Dustin Martin of the Tigers sings the team song during the AFL Second Provisional Final 2019 between the Richmond Tigers and the Geelong Cats in the MCG earlier this month

Dustin Martin of the Tigers sings the team song during the AFL Second Provisional Final 2019 between the Richmond Tigers and the Geelong Cats in the MCG earlier this month

RICHMOND TIGERS CLUB SONG LYRICS

Oh we are from Tigerland

A fighting spirit

We are from Tigerland

In every weather you will see us with a grin

Head and seemed to be risking

If we stay behind, just leave it

We will fight and fight and win

Because we are from Tigerland

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We never weaken before the last siren is gone

Like the tiger of yore

We are strong and courageous

Because we are from Tiger

Yellow and black

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We are from Tigerland

The theme song of the Richmond Tiger is generally regarded as one of the best in the AFL, with regular surveys of the most popular club number.

The second to last line of the melody, the chorus of & # 39; Yellow and Black & # 39; is mainly embraced by fans.

Both clubs were only awarded 17,000 tickets, as was the tradition for a large AFL final.

However, with Richmond with 103,000 members and the Giants with 30,000, some fans voiced their anger about scrapping the limited tickets.

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The fact that non-competing clubs are also allocated a large number of tickets was an annoyance for fans of Tigers.

The AFL grand finale starts on Saturday at 2.30 pm at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

Richmond strives to win their 12th title, while GWS wants their first.

Richmond had endured drought in premierships for over 35 years before winning in the 2017 grand finale.

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