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The song took on a much deeper and more tragic meaning after the Hillsborough disaster of , when a human crush at the stadium in Sheffield injured hundreds and 96 fans lost their lives. There followed a 25 year legal battle before the courts ruled that the victims were unlawfully killed and that a catalogue of failings by police and the ambulance services contributed to their deaths.
How did ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ become Liverpool Football Club’s anthem?
Throughout the painful process, the lyrics and themes of You'll Never Walk Alone were prominent. It came from us having Bob Paisley as manager in the seventies. It was well known he was Celtic daft so the Liverpool fans adopted You'll never walk alone to make Bob feel at home. Freddie Boswell, Liverpool I don't know whether we ie Liverpool fans were first, but our singing of Gerry's anthem long predates Bob Paisley at Anfield.
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Mind-bogglingly bad, and not even funny. Carla, Crewe UK Celtic fans are pretty confident that we started the 'Walk Alone' singing, but there is one area that is definately not in doubt so lets get it on the record now. The Huddle is ours, so please, no revisionism on this one Reds!
Claire Higgins, Ballymena, Co. When "You'll never walk alone" was played it caught on as an anthem.
Cyril Young, Alumim Israel The Anfield officials would play the number one song at that particular time, , over the PA before home games. The Celtic supporters only sung it intermittenly during the 70's and it wasn't until the friendly with Liverpool directly after Hillsborough in that it was sung on a regular basis. The song, originally written by Rodgers and Hammerstein in for the Broadway musical Carousel, only became a terrace favourite after it was covered by Gerry and the Pacemakers in November Almost immediately — as footage from Panorama in shows — Liverpool supporters adopted it.
As Paul Fields points out: Finally, here is the video for the Gerry and the Pacemakers version.