"Hi Ho Silver Lining" is a rock song, written by American songwriters Scott English and Larry Weiss and first released as a single in March 1967 by The Attack, followed a few days later by Jeff Beck. Because the Beck version charted first, the song is most often associated with him.
This song has been adopted by the supporters of football clubs such as Stockport County, Queens Park Rangers, Aston Villa, Sheffield Wednesday and Wolverhampton Wanderers. The song is played before matches on the loudspeaker system so that the fans can sing along to the chorus with the lyrics adapted to include a reference to their club (e.g., 'Hi Ho Queens Park Rangers'. 'Hi Ho Aston Villa', 'Hi Ho Sheffield Wednesday' or 'Hi Ho, Wolverhampton').