Carefree (chant)

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"Carefree" is a football chant, sung by followers of the Chelsea football club, mainly at away games, and meant to demonstrate indifference and possibly belligerence when in an alien, hostile environment. The original tune is "Lord of the Dance".[1]

Lyrics[edit]

The chant was first sung on a trip of fans to an away game in Sweden, ca. 1982.[2] The lyrics were probably put together by a terrace regular named Mick Greenaway.[2]

Carefree, wherever we may be
We are the famous CFC
And we don't care
Whoever you may be
'Cause we are the famous CFC

Usually, the chant is sung with bawdier lyrics.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jacobson, Simon "Chelsea rule - okay", New Society, 27 March 1975
  2. ^ a b Glanvil, Rick Chelsea FC The Official Biography, 2005, 2nd edition 2006, ISBN 978-0-7553-1466-9, p. 150

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