Wrong version, unfortunately. That one is 'Dare to Beat the Bear'.http://pages.ebay.com/link/?nav=item.view&id=131449809262&alt=web
Noticed this on my Lion ebay searches; if anyone's interested
You f*cking beautyGreetings all.
Found this on the end of the 1996 Second Semi Final DVD from Sports Delivered. Thought it might cheer people up given all the gloom and doom of recent weeks.
Brisbane Bears Will Live Forever - Live 1996 [2nd Semi Final] - AFL Club Theme Song
You can extract an MP3 file from this video using Clip Converter. Set the start time to about 33 seconds to capture that portion of the video with the players singing.
Don't stop believing, gang. The real song is out there somewhere and we WILL find it!
What's the tune that the Bears song is based on please? I just can't name it and it's doing my head in.Let's fix that, shall we?
AFL Centenary Celebrations - Brisbane Bears Theme Song [Swing Version] - Mike Brady
This makes more sense when you watch the entire performance. As 10Dulkar noted, the AFL's Centenary Ball included a medley of all club songs, each performed in a different musical style by either Mike Brady and The Music Men or club luminaries such as Rex Hunt, Jim Stynes, Tony Liberatore, Sam Newman and Lou Richards.
Brisbane actually got off lightly with this Swing version. Fremantle got stuck with Country & Western and Tigers fans have to endure the Richmond Rap. Fitzroy's theme song isn't too bad, a Parisian Can-Can in keeping with its French origins.
AFL Centenary Celebrations - All Club Theme Songs
Anyway, its kinda-sorta the Bears theme song. Download here: http://www.sendspace.com/file/isxakr
Just a thought,
We have the lyrics, we know the tune used, why not just record it new? Does anyone know a music producer? Someone brilliantly talented, local, and a supporter of our club? Someone trusted to take care and love of it. But they have to be really good, be able to do the instrumentals and vocals with skill.
I know, James North .
James, do you know anyone?