Cleveland Indians fans use the chant for José Ramirez. [21][22] The chant is also used by fans of other sport, such as the hockey team Montreal Canadiens at the Bell Centre and the Welsh rugby union. The chant has been used for the Argentinian football player Diego Maradona as "Ole Ole Ole Ole, Diego, Diego". This led to the creation of a mascot at the University of California, Santa Barbara, which was named Olé.[51]. [34] The song was released in Spain by label Discos Games, and in Germany by ZYX Records. This song is sung by Amit Mishra. Montreal-area born WWE star Sami Zayn led the Bell Centre crowd into singing the Olé, Olé, Olé chant during the April 15, 2019 episode of WWE Raw before eventually (kayfabe) turning his back on his hometown fans. In Austria The Fans' version reached No. OLE OLE OLE ~The Soccer Albumが歌謡曲・演歌ストアでいつでもお買い得。当日お急ぎ便対象商品は、当日お届け可能です。アマゾン配送商品は、通常配送無料(一部除く)。 [30] These versions introduced the chant "Olé, Olé, Olé, Olé" in the chorus. But I can't find it anywhere. This was Cohen's second participation, in 1978 he and the group Alphabeta had won the Contest with " A-Ba-Ni-Bi ". ", "Yollandi Nortjie / Overtone - Ole Ole Ole (We Are the Champions)", "Carlinhos Brown - Brasil Brasil (ole ole)", "WWE Raw Live Results, Reaction and Analysis: Post-WrestleMania 29 Show", "#TheBigDog @WWERomanReigns #WWEMontreal #WWELivepic.twitter.com/U6hH946LZb", "House of Highlights on Instagram: "Kawhi really is a fun guy. The word is believed to have originated from Greek ololigi to describe a "ritual cry",[2] which became hispanicized into "olé" meaning "bravo!" Watch the song Ole Ole 2.0 from the film Jawaani Jaaneman featuring Saif Ali Khan directed by Nitin Kakkar. The duration of song is 09:42. Ole! The chant is also used in a number of songs. as his entrance theme at the time. [42] In 2014, Brazilian Carlinhos Brown used the chant in a World Cup-inspired song called Brasil Brasil. MAXの「Ole! [41] In 1999, the chant was used in the chorus of "¡Olé!" Download Hindi songs online from JioSaavn. Eleven Thirty - Ole Ole Lyrics. Ole! [3] However, the word is attested to only once in Ancient Greek, derived From verb meaning disastrous, with negative connotations and not used repeatedly as is the current practice, nor are there any records of it ever being used a in a similar fashion to express admiration or satisfaction in Greek the way it is currently used in Spanish. Language (s) : English. 29 on the Belgian chart and it became the No. [35], The "Olé, Olé, Olé" song has been covered in 50 countries. In the United States, the chant has been used at American football games, and baseball games. This version of the chant quickly spread around the world and chanted by football fans in tribute to a team or a player, and it is now also widely used in other sports as well as in non-sporting events. [4][5][6] It is also argued that Muslims in the past and in present day still say "Allah Allah Allah" in a similar manner to Olé Olé Olé for something they seem admirable or praise worthy,[7][8][9][10] and in Sufi Dhikr common in Muslim Spain. : A Trip Across Latin America is a documentary produced by The Rolling Stones that documents their Latin America tour in 2016. The duration of the song is 4:30. Các bạn có thể nghe, download (tải nhạc) bài hát ole! During a WWE SmackDown house show at the Place Bell in Laval (a few miles north of Montreal), the fans did the Olé, Olé, Olé chant when Roman Reigns pulled out a hockey goalie stick from under the ring to use as a weapon during his Street Fight match with King Corbin. Download Hindi songs online from JioSaavn. He explains that this is the only way to bring peace to the world. by the Bouncing Souls on their album Hopeless Romantic. We have 1 albums and 16 song lyrics in our database. The chant is based on the Spanish "Olé" interjection used to signify approval by the spectators in bullfighting. Music is given by Tanishk Bagchi. [36] A Portuguese version was recorded by José Rocha for Benfica. Ole Ole, from the album Yeh Dillagi, was released in the year 1994. Ole - Tiwa Savage ft. Naira marley - " Ole" is one of the singles off the " celia" album by Tiwa Savage. ole! A list of lyrics, artists and songs that contain the term "ole" - from the Lyrics.com website. The song is an up-tempo number, with Cohen singing about the joy to be had when the whole world sings together. We've found 29,495 lyrics, 113 artists, and 49 albums matching this ole house. Ole! The current popular version of the "Olé, Olé, Olé" chant was first used in a Belgian song "Anderlecht Champion" initially as "Allez, Allez, Allez, Allez" in French,[20] which morphed into the Spanish "Olé, Olé, Olé, Olé" in a version of the song used for the Mexico 86 World Cup. [32][33] This "Olé, Olé, Olé, Olé" chorus of this song became the chant commonly used all over the world. CD contains tunes for 3 in their respective national charts in 1988. Chicago White Sox fans used the chant for José Valentín in the early 2000s, and have now adapted it for José Abreu. [Soccer Song] do ca sĩ Đang Cập Nhật thể hiện, thuộc thể loại Thể Loại Khác. View Olé Olé song lyrics by popularity along with songs featured in, albums, videos and song meanings. "¡Olé! 1 Flemish song after the World Cup. Ole Ole is a Hindi language song and is sung by Abhijeet. [50], The cheer is also widely used by supporters of college soccer in the United States. Lyrics written by Shabbir Ahmed. (via @tsn_official), 2010 FIFA World Cup play-off against France, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Olé,_Olé,_Olé&oldid=1014738891, Republic of Ireland national football team songs, Short description is different from Wikidata, Articles with unsourced statements from February 2021, Articles with unsourced statements from October 2020, Articles with unsourced statements from September 2020, Articles needing additional references from October 2020, All articles needing additional references, Wikipedia articles with MusicBrainz work identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 28 March 2021, at 20:36. © 2015 TCK Records. [49] Similarly in tennis, fans of the Argentinian player Juan Martin del Potro may chant "Ole, ole, ole – Del-Po, Del-Po" after hard-fought points in a match. In 2009 the chant was recorded by Overtone and Yollandi Nortjie, which was used in the 2009 film Invictus and released in the soundtracks of the film. [47] It is worth noting that Zayn previously wrestled in the independent circuits as El Generico, a masked luchador character, and he used the Bouncing Souls' "Olé!" [citation needed]. [17] The word may be chanted by a crowd for a team or player who made an exceptional performance, and it may be used to demean the opposition when their own team are passing the ball around after a dominant performance. A version was recorded by Walter Capiau & De Oranje Duivels in Dutch and a version by Grand Jojo in French. Cleveland Indians fans use the chant for José Ramirez. In North America it first became synonymous with the Montreal Canadiens dynasty of the late 70's have used it and has been chanted by Canadian fans for decades since. The song is an up-tempo number, with Cohen singing about the joy to be had when the whole world sings together. A DCFC soccer chant. Often receives this shout during his fights. 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Čech: Olé, olé, olé, olé (1988)", "Mais qui est donc Jules Jean Vanobbergen ? Released On : Apr 17, 2015. Ole ole ole, ole ole ole Ole ole ole, ole ole ole Mujhko lubhati hai jawaniyan I'm attracted to youth Masti lutati zindganiyan And people who have a lot of fun Maane na kehna pagal mast pavan sa dil yeh dole My heart doesn't listen However, both the suggested derivations from Arabic are disputed and they are described by the Spanish Arabist Federico Corriente as "falsos arabismos" (false Arabisms) in his work Diccionario de Arabismos y Voces Afines en Iberorromance.[13][14]. Toronto Blue Jays fans similarly used the chant for José Bautista. An early chant similar to the "Olé, Olé, Olé" chant (sung to a tune rather than the series of isolated spoken exclamations used in bullfighting) was heard in Spain in league game in 1982, and this version quickly spread to other clubs. Duration : 09:42. This song was performed by a musical group called "The Fans". [1], In flamenco music and dance, shouts of "olé" often accompany the dancer during and at the end of the performance, and a singer in cante jondo may emphasize the word "olé" with melismatic turns. In bullfighting, the word is commonly shouted by the crowds as a cry of approval to cheer on a series of moves (such as chicuelinas and derechazos) performed by the bullfighter, with each move greeted with an "olé". In 1998, Chumbawamba recorded the hit "Top of the World (Olé, Olé, Olé)" which include the "Olé, Olé, Olé" chant. Ole Ole 2.0 is a Hindi language song and is sung by Amit Mishra and Abhijeet. [29], The following year, a mariachi version was created called "E Viva Mexico" in support of the Belgian national team at the World Cup in Mexico. Toronto Blue Jays fans similarly used the chant for José Bautista. He explains that this is the only way to bring peace to the world. [27][28] Verlooven (also known as Armath) and Van Obbergen (Grand Jojo) wrote the song called "Anderlecht Champion" at Grand Jojo's home in Groot-Bijgaarden, and it was recorded both in French and Dutch by Grand Jojo with the players of Anderlecht including the manager Paul Van Himst. hola, a word also proposed to have come from Arabic. [3] Antonio Manuel Rodriguez Ramos of University of Córdoba believes that when Flamenco dancers chant the word in cante jondo, they were reciting the beginning of the Shahada (la illaha illa Allah) and that they were performing a Muwashshah. [26], In 1985, Hans Kusters, the head of Belgian music label Hans Kusters Music, asked producer Roland Verlooven and the Belgian singer singer Grand Jojo (Jules Jean Van Obbergen) to write a song for the Belgian football team Anderlecht who were the league champions in the 1984–85 season. The chant is also common at WWE events taking place in Europe, Montreal or in the U.S. For example, the chant was heard at the April 8th, 2013 edition of WWE Raw at the Izod Center. [18] It was first sung in San Sebastián as "Campeones, hobe, hobe, hobe" (hobe means "the best" in Basque) when Real Sociedad won the 1982 La Liga title,[19] but sung in other parts of Spain as "Oé, Oé, Oé". At the close of voting, it had received 93 points, placing 5th in a field of 19. [48] It is worth noting that Place Bell is also the home arena of the AHL's Laval Rocket, the farm team of the Canadiens. [37] In 1988, the Czech songwriter František Ringo Čech wrote lyrics in Czech for "Olé, Olé, Olé (The Name of the Game)", which was recorded as a music video and sung by choir of Czech football players including Antonín Panenka, František Veselý and others. [44], Coldplay uses the chant during the performance of their song God Put a Smile Upon Your Face in their Live in Buenos Aires album. Dezi Arnaz chanted "Olé, Olé, Olé" during his song to Babalú-Ayé, an African deity. 3)The song was recorded not only by that Belgian disc-jockey, but also by groups like Chumbawamba (Top of the World (Ole, Ole, Ole)). Born in Bergen, he defied his father’s wishes that he become a minister to study Ole ole ole ola Ole ole ole ola Ole ole ole ola Ole ole ole ola (Jenny) One night watch the world unite Two sides, one fight and a million eyes Full heart's gonna work so hard Shoot, fall, the stars fists raised up towards the sky This song features Naira Marley, enjoy the new song below. In the United States, the chant has been used at American football games, and baseball games. [1], There are a number of suggestions for the origin of the word "olé". Ole Ole 2.0 is new version remake song from old. Signed for 36 million Euro's from Bilbao, he's become a fans favourite and now has his own song [citation needed] The word has also become associated with other sports since the 20th century. The popular version of the "Olé, Olé, Olé" chant was first used in a 1985 song written by Roland Verlooven and Grand Jojo called "Anderlecht Champion" as "Allez, Allez, Allez, Allez" in French, but became "Olé, Olé, Olé, Olé" in Spanish in a version titled "E Viva Mexico" created for the Mexico 86 World Cup. In North America it first became synonymous with the Montreal Canadiens dynasty of the late 70's have used it and has been chanted by Canadian fans for decades since. [citation needed] The song was written by Margarita Lecuona in 1939. Lyrics.com » Search results for 'this ole house' Yee yee! [20] The song was released that year by Disques Vogue. [38] In Japan, the song recorded by The Waves as "We are the Champ 〜The Name of the Game〜" was used as the official anthem for the national team in 1993, and it was also used in the broadcast of the J.League when it was inaugurated that year. Learn how and when to remove this template message, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Olé,_Olé_(song)&oldid=995406470, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 20 December 2020, at 21:35. Ca khúc Ole! Eleven Thirty Miscellaneous Ole Ole Chorus: Ole Ole Ole Ole baby Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole baby Ole Ole Ole Ole Ev Eleven Thirty Miscellaneous Ole Ole Chorus: Ole Ole Ole Ole baby Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole baby Ole Ole Ole Ole Ev When the Wisconsin Badgers football team scores a field goal, fans often sing this chant for player Rafael Gaglianone, who is from Brazil. [23][24] This chant has also been used in non-sporting events around the world. The duration of the song is 2:25. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. The chorus has the line "Allez, Allez, Allez, Allez, We are the champions, We are the champions" in French and English. WANIMAの「OLE! [1][31] Belgium performed well at the World Cup to reach the semifinals, and the version by Walter Capiau & De Oranje Duivels peaked at No. [39][37] The Japanese versions have sold over 3 million copies in Japan.[40]. [3][25] Lyrics below: LYRICS Ole ole, Ole ole Ole ole, Ole ole Ole, Ole Ole Oleの楽曲をレコチョクでダウンロード。「No Controles 」「Voy a mil 」「Dame 」など最新曲(新着順)やランキング(人気順)をチェック。(iPhone/Androidアプリ対応) A Trip Across Latin America. Listen to Ole Ole Mason Mount football song free, Derby County fan chant lyrics. In the 1950s, a form of the "Olé" chant was heard in American Television on the sitcom I Love Lucy. Ole Ole song from the album Ole Ole is released on Apr 2015 . ~Happy Birthday~」歌詞ページです。作詞:NANA MUSiC,作曲:SUNNY BOY。(歌いだし)Ole Ole Ole Ole 歌ネットは無料の歌詞検索サービスです。 作詞:NANA★MUSiC,作曲:SUNNY BOY。 [citation needed] It has also been claimed that it comes from Allah, the Arabic word for God, or wa Ilâh (by God); it was believed that the presence and power of god could be glimpsed through an exceptional performance, for example in a flamenco dance. Ole, Ole, Ander Herrera Chant Manchester United (551 Songs) Song for Man U's Basque midfielder Ander Herrera. [1] This version of the chant quickly spread and is now commonly used by fans in association football worldwide; for example, has been used by the supporters of the Republic of Ireland national football team. In Germany, Tony Marshall sang a German cover in 1986 titled "Wir sind die Champions (olé, olé, olé)". "Olé, Olé" (Hebrew script: עולה, עולה) was the Israeli entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1985, performed in Hebrew by Izhar Cohen. Can someone help New York Mets fans have adapted the chant from "olé" to "José" to cheer for José Reyes. [11][12] Yet another suggestion links it to the Spanish word for "hello", i.e. [soccer song… Ole! [15] The word is paroxytone, though sporadically it can be oxytone (then written olé). The wonderfully named Ole Bull (1810-1880) was one of the most acclaimed violinists of his time. CD has songs being sung in English, then again in Spanish to furnish a bridge for learning both languages. A rendition of this song (With lyrics modified by Kemptville, Ontario-born Emily Seguin) was used frequently before games throughout OSU youth soccer leagues across Canada. [52] This marked the first ever NBA title for the team, the first NBA Finals to be held outside of the United States and the first Canadian team to hold an NBA title. The band also incorporates the chant into the song "Don Quixote (Spanish Rain)", which was played on the Viva La Vida Tour in Latin America in 2010. [16] In association football, "Olé" as an interjection as used in bullfighting is believed to be first used in Brazil for Garrincha in 1958. "Olé, Olé" (Hebrew script: עולה, עולה) was the Israeli entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1985, performed in Hebrew by Izhar Cohen. Answer 1 of 5: Hoping some of the locals here can help me - I heard this chant about a million times when we were there watching the game and I swear I heard a "real" song with it...? Olé, Olé was the Israeli entry at the Eurovision Song Contest 1985 in Gothenburg performed by Izhar Cohen. !」歌詞ページです。作詞:KENTA,作曲:KENTA。(歌いだし)オーレ踊り出す世界中 歌ネットは無料の歌詞検索サービスです。 "Olé, Olé, Olé" is a chant used in sport. Ole Ole 2.0, from the album Jawaani Jaaneman, was released in the year 2020. [43], The chant is sung frequently by the audience, composed mostly of youths and young adults, at the end of Hillsong Young & Free songs. and used to express an appreciation of an outstanding performance in Spanish. This was his second appearance in the contest after winning in 1978 with Alpha Beta. This was Cohen's second participation, in 1978 he and the group Alphabeta had won the Contest with "A-Ba-Ni-Bi". Chicago White Sox fans used the chant for It was succeeded as Israeli representative at the 1986 Contest by Moti Giladi & Sarai Tzuriel with "Yavo Yom". ", a song by The Bouncing Souls from their 1999 album Hopeless Romantic Olé (Pearl Jam song), 2011 "Olé" (Adelén song), 2014 "Olé" (John Newman song), 2016 See also Olé, Olé, Olé, a … 21 and in Sweden it reached No. Olé premiered on 16 September 2016 at the Toronto International Film Festival. This Israel-related article is a stub. CD includes 17 songs in English and Spanish along with printed lyrics for each version. The song was performed eleventh on the night (following Germany's Wind with "Für Alle" and preceding Italy's Al Bano & Romina Power with "Magic Oh Magic"). [1], In 1987, Roland Verlooven produced an internationally popular version of the chant, "Olé, Olé, Olé (The Name of the Game)". UFC Fighter Conor McGregor, who is Irish. The chorus of the song is "Olé, olé, olé, we are the champions, we are the champions" but has been widely used all over the world as "Olé, olé, olé, olé, we are the champs, we are the champs", losing a complete syllable and note of the song. New York Mets fans have adapted the chant from "olé" to "José" to cheer for José Reyes. The chant was also commonly heard during celebrations for Toronto Raptors players after they had won the 2019 NBA Finals. Olé Olé Olé! ole! Fans would often do the chant during his matches, and the chants would follow him into the WWE as well. Million voices off the chain Here is it now, we're all the same Olé Olé Olé Olé Olé Olé Olé Olé Olé Olé Olé Olé Olé Olé Olé Olé Olé Olé Olé Olé Olé Olé Olé In the credits of the later song, Chumbawamba appears as the only composer of the song, and they do not list "Grand Jojo" nor pay royalties to him, as it should be, if he were the author of the song. This ole house once knew my children.This ole house once knew my life.This ole house was home and comfort as we lived through storm and strife. Listen to Ole Ole MP3 song. The chant was also repeatedly heard throughout the May 4, 2015 telecast of WWE Raw that took place at the Bell Centre in Montreal,[45] as well as the April 30, 2018 telecast of WWE Raw that also emanated from the Bell Centre, when wrestler Seth Rollins, who was the WWE Intercontinental Champion at the time, was greeted by huge cheers and an Olé, Olé, Olé chant before thanking the crowd with “Merci beaucoup” (French for “thank you very much”).It was first heard in wrestling before WWE when Sami Zayn, wrestled in independents as El Generico used it as his intro music.[46].

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