The Melbourne Storm's club song, written by Jon Mol and Phil Wall, is called "We Are the Storm". The song is played over the public address system following each home victory.
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... The club song is sung to the tune of "When The Saints Go Marching In" and was recorded in 1972 by the Fable Singers ... Until 1964, when St Kilda played at the Junction Oval, the club song at every match was an adaptation of "I Do Like To Be Beside The Seaside" ... When the club moved to Moorabbin Oval a popular chant called "We are the Saints" was sung by supporters ...
... The club's theme song is based on the first verse and chorus of "The Old Collegians Song", which appears in the Wesley College Songbook in all editions from 1893 ... Jaunting Car", and the later tune "The Bonnie Blue Flag", a song from the US War of Independence ...
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