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Fan to switch sides with club song

Musician Ross McGregor has composed a theme song for the Gold Coast Titans and hopes the club will pick it up.
Musician Ross McGregor has composed a theme song for the Gold Coast Titans and hopes the club will pick it up.

A DIEHARD South Sydney Rabbitohs fan is willing to convert to the Gold Coast Titans if they pick his tune as their club's theme song.

Musician Ross McGregor has been a South's fan since 1965.

In 2007 he penned a proposed club theme song Make Way for the Titans.

"I've been working in music for 30 years and the idea just came into my head," he said.

"I wrote it to appeal to all ages and made sure it had a good beat for the younger fans.

"It does not have any Top 40s, rap or hip hop in it because it needed elements to appeal to the older ages."

The song highlights that the Titans are the newest team in the league and that they have a point to prove.

The old South's fan said he would commit to the yellow and blue fan base for only one reason.

"If they pick my song I'll commit," he said.

Mr McGregor operated a recording studio in Sydney between 1975 and 2000.

A Gold Coast Titans media representative said the club does not currently have a club song in place but were looking into it in the future.

It was also said there was no harm in people submitting their song ideas to the club for consideration.

>> Click here to check out the song  'Make way for the Titans'.

Topics:  gold coast titans, music, rugby league, song, south sydney rabbitohs



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