"Bonkefeart" Anneke Douma 1997 It's currently freezing cold in Holland. And as a true Dutchman this gives me 'Elfstedenkoort'. So it's no surprise Sportsong of the Week #70 is "Bonkefeart" from Anneke Douma. If you don't know what the hell I am talking about, just google Elfstedentocht. It hasn't been held since 1997, but a little cold and we still hope 'it giet on'! Full Lyrics 'Bonkefeart' Koning Winter weet van wanten,
buiten wacht... de Bonkevaart.
Haal je schaatsen ma
"Meet the Mets" Written by Ruth Roberts and Bill Katz 1961 Sportsong of the Week time! #39 is "Meet the Mets", the current fight song of the New York Mets of Major League Baseball. The song first appeared in 1962, heralding the return of National League baseball to New York City. It was written in 1961 by Ruth Roberts and Bill Katz. Step right up and meet the Mets! Happy Sunday! Full Lyrics 'Meet the Mets' Meet the Mets, meet the Mets,
Step right up and greet the Mets.
"He Got Game" Public Enemy 1998 Sportsong of the Week #68 was part of the soundtrack of one of the best basketball movies of all time. It's 'He Got Game' by rap legends Public Enemy from 1998. Who got game? I got game, She got game
We got game, They got game, He got game! Happy Sunday! Full Lyrics "He Got Game" If man is the father then the son
Is the center of the earth
In the middle of the universe
Then why is this verse coming
Six times rehearsed
Don't freestyle much
Every couple of months Art Loves Sport adds six new artists with their own feature to the online museum. Today six new artist get their shine for the ninth time since starting! This time the choice was made for artists who make art of my three favourite sports: football, surfing and basketball. A big and warm welcome to American illustrator man of some mystery Jacob Weinstein, surf photographer Michael Dweck, 'plein air' painter Norm Daniels, the late revolutionary Belgian pa
"Say Hey (The Willie Mays Song)" The Treniers 1955 Sportsong of the Week #67 is 'Say Hey (The Willie Mays Song)' about Giants center fielder, Willie Mays, performed by The Treniers in 1955! Say hey? Say who? Say Willie! The Treniers were an American R&B and jump blues musical group led by identical twins Cliff and Claude Trenier. They were originally billed as The Trenier Twins, who performed alongside the Gene Gilbeaux Quartet, but shortened their name to The Treniers when G