One singer, one song - but can you name the tune?
What's your favourite football club anthem and why is it sung anyway?
Last Saturday's Scottish Cup final got me thinking about this.
'Love is in the Air' and 'Beautiful Sunday' both belted out at Hampden by Dundee United fans are now firmly part of the mood music at Tannadice and they capture the club and fans perfectly in my humble opinion.
But why do songs by John Paul Young and Daniel Boone stir the hearts of one half of the city and not the other?
And why did the Arabs start singing them in the first place?
'Sunshine on Leith' is the highly emotional backdrop to any Easter Road shindig, and given The Proclaimers love of the Hibs and the Leith connection it's an obvious battle hymn for the Hibees.
Yet over in Gorgie, neighbours Hearts appear to be more traditionalist sticking with the rousing 'Hearts Hearts Glorious Hearts', which is thunderously emotional when belted out from a full Tynecastle, but perhaps in need of updating.
So why has the choir at Tynie not come up with something for the modern age?
'Paper Roses' was being given laldy by Kilmarnock fans last time I was at Rugby Park, while of course south of the border Liverpool's 'You'll never walk alone' and West Ham's 'Blowing Bubbles' are indelibly linked with those two clubs.
Yet some clubs appear to have no anthem at all - not even an old traditional number.
So is it just that some clubs have fans who are simply more fun loving and inventive than others?
And if so why are the fans of some clubs more outgoing and tuneful than their rivals?
Is there a deep hidden sociological meaning to it all, or are the punters on the terracings at Tannadice, Easter Road and Rugby Park just that bit more hip than those in the rest of the country?
Answers on a singing postcard please...