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Coming Home Newcastle

Coming Home Newcastle‘ – probably the best song to get you thinking of your beloved city. You have probably all heard it before but we thought we would share this video which contains the song and some cool images to go along with it.

There seems to be a bit of confusion online as to who performs this famous song. It is credited to ‘busker’ on my Ipod as well as on CDs that feature it. Perhaps it is just an anonymous busker. If you have any information about who is singing the song, please let us know in the comment section below.

You can purchase this song for only 99p from Amazon by clicking the following red text – Home Newcastle

It is also featured on the ‘Toon Army Tunes‘ album which contains many other great Newcastle related songs and would make a great gift. Click the following red text to see the full album – Toon Army Tunes which can be again be purchased on Amazon.

 

 

If you are ever away from Newcastle, pop this on – it is guaranteed to make you smile and make you look forward to coming home!

What a song! And great work from this YouTuber for making a cool video to go along with it. Check out the lyrics below…

Lyrics:

Ah had te come te London,
Coz ah couldn’t find ay job,
But ah don’t intend te stay long,
If ah make ay few quick bob

It’s cold up there it Summer,
It’s like sitting inside ay fridge,
But ah wish ah was on the Quayside,
Looking at the owld Tyne Bridge’

Ahm coming home Newcastle,
Ah might as well ay been in jail,
Ahd walk the streets al day al neet,
For ay bottle ay ye own Brown Ale,
Ahm coming home Newcastle,
If ye never win the Cup again,
Ahl brave the dark at St. James’s Park,
At the Gallowgate End in the rain,
Ahm coming home…

And ahm proud te be ay Geordie,
And te live in Geordie land,
Some people think wi bowdy,
And wi hard te understand,
And they say it’s just self pitty,
And wi not so very tough,
Coz the people in the big fat City,
Haven’t had it half as rough,

Ahm coming home Newcastle,
Ye can keep ye London wine,
Ahd walk the streets al day al neet,
For ay bottle ay the River Tyne,
Ahm coming home Newcastle,
Ah wish ahd never been away,
Ahd kiss the ground for the welcome sound,
Of me mother saying hinny howay,
Ahm coming home…

And ah miss the auld blind busker,
Who stands at Fenwicks door,
He plays ay mean accordion,
Ye’ve arl seen him there before

And ah love the Geordie heroes,
There’s so many famous names,
Like Lindisfarne and Gazza,
Brendan Foster and the Gateshead games

Ahm coming home Newcastle,
Ah might as well ay been in jail,
Ahd walk the streets al day al neet,
For ay bottle ay ye own Brown Ale,
Ahm coming home Newcastle,
If ye never win the Cup again,
Ahl brave the dark at St. James’s Park,
At the Gallowgate End in the rain

Ahm coming home Newcastle,
Ye can keep ye London wine,
Ahd walk the streets al day al neet,
For ay bottle ay the River Tyne,
Ahm coming home Newcastle,
Ah wish ahd never been away,
Ahd kiss the ground for the welcome sound,
Of me mother saying hinny howay

Ahm coming home Newcastle,
Ah might as well ay been in jail,
Ahd walk the streets al day al neet,
For ay bottle ay ye own Brown Ale,
Ahm coming home Newcastle,
If ye never win the Cup again,
Ahl brave the dark at St. James’s Park,
At the Gallowgate End in the rain,
Ahm coming home Newcastle…

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