Shipyards by The Lake Poets Posted on May 29, 2019May 29, 2019 by Hans Swaniawski by Hans Swaniawski Post navigation Montana backyard shed as writer's retreat & guest cabinHow to Select a Coauthor to Act as the Corresponding Author in PLOS Editorial Manager 23 thoughts on “Shipyards by The Lake Poets” To anyone new to channel , a like and a subscription would make my day! We have also realised a podcast on the channel! Thank you👏 Reply I am from Australia and watched the Sunderland till i die series on Netflix, and now am a big Sunderland fan! If i ever get to England i would love to go to Sunderland and experience a real football game and awesome fans. I got up at midnight to watch the final game last Sunday night which Sunderland lost. I was devastated but im sure with all their determination, and being the great club they are they will bounce back and be back in the big league before they know it! Sunderland till i die! Awesome! Reply How’d Wembley go then? Reply as a mag from wallsend this song resonates… swan hunter , family, stories, unions, trolley buses…its still in the dna wearside or tyneside. A moving song. Reply pezzo incredibilmente bello Reply My club Roda JC relegated last year from the Dutch Eredivisie, and is in serious financial trouble at the moment. So i know what it feels like. Hoping for better days to come.. Reply As a Wimbledon fan I know what heartbreak is just believe Sunderland Reply Whatever happens many people are with the Safc and good luck for the playoffs. HA`WAY THE LADS 🔴⚪ from 🔵⚪ S04 in Germany! Reply Great song and great supporters of a great club.I do hope that SAFC get back to the EPL ASAP.MCFC fan since 1967. Reply I'm not a Sunderland fan (Barnsley fc) but this song has stole my heart especially after watching the Netflix documentary Reply I'm non a sunderland fan( As Roma is my only love), but i'm really sad for the situation of the the club…i hope the club bounces back soon Reply Please make them play this before every match! Reply Gives me goosebumps every time again. Respect from Antwerp, Belgium lads. Really hope you bounce back, traditional football club with real, pure fans Reply Well, a really nice Song. Only the real workers and the real working class can understand, and can be proud of this Song! Greetings from Industrial City of Dortmund! BVB till i die! Reply Supports from Saint-Etienne, France. Our two cities are very close to each other regarding our industrial past, the simplicity and kindness of people, and the unconditional love given to our clubs. I really identified to a lot of things you've been through and to the way you live football. More than a passion, a way of life. Hope to see you soon in PL, and face you in an european competition. We are Sunderland ! P.S : Khazri was such a big deal for us, thank you very much by the way 😉 ! Reply Thanks for the amazing support on this video and to the channel! Means a lot!👍 Reply It’s the first and only Netflix intro song that no one skips. Hope to see ya soon PL. from an arsenal fan. Reply Hi, how are you? I'm Brazilian. I LIVE IN MINAS GERAIS AND I AM COMPLETELY CRAZY BY SUNDERLAND. THE NETFLIX SERIES IS SENSATIONAL … I WOULD LIKE TO BE PART OF THE HISTORY OF THAT GREAT CLUB, THE CHANNEL OWNER IS A BLACK CAT BENDER? Reply I finished watching Sunderland til I die by the time Emiliano Sala was confirmed dead. Sadly, this song will forever remind me of him. May his soul Rest In Peace. Reply I'm brazilian fan of Man United, but after netflix serie and that amazing song a piece of me supports Sunderland. Reply I'm playing this at my wedding Reply I lived in Sunderland for almost 6 years. I followed the club as much as i could, even though im a die-hard Liverpool fan. This club is the heartbeat of their city. You can say all the shit you want about how ugly and underdeveloped Sunderland is, but i tell you, it always felt like home. The river, St. Peters, Jarrow, Washington, Seaburn, Roker, Martin's record shop (Hot Rats), Pop recs Ltd., the Bunker all these places remind me of my teenage years. Im 27 now, i left sunderland in 2014, i moved to Brighton afterwards, but almost every weekend i was travelling with megabus back to the northeast just to see my friends and enjoy the hospitality of this city. i remember having my first pint with Sunderland fans in Lambton Worm, and the fatty burgers from the cantine next to Dunn House. i remember the first time i went to the Stadium of light to watch the lads play against Aston Villa. It was 2009. These series gave me the chills. Stay strong lads! Whatever doesn't kill us makes us stronger! All the Love!!! Support the Black Cats no matter what! Reply Can Somebody give me the lyrics of the music? I'm Portuguese and it's a little difficult to understand the music Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.