Football United & Naisa Lasalosi | Field of Dreams (The Football United Song)

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Field of Dreams (The Football United Song)

by Football United & Naisa Lasalosi

A thumping beat, an anthemic chorus and a mix of rap and beautiful melody telling the story of promoting unity through the global passions of football and song.
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1. Field of Dreams (The Football United Song) [feat. Mandela Mathia]
Football United & Naisa Lasalosi
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Uniting Cultures through the Global Passions of Football and Song

When Football United’s award winning film was launched in 2010, singer/song-writer Brian Elkington, approached us with a proposal to write a song to celebrate our force of uniting youth through football. We are proud and honoured to celebrate our partnership with Sydney FC by launching the song, Field of Dreams, at the 2013 Harmony Day match.

About Football United®
Football United® is a holistic, integrated and long term sports-based program which supports newly arrived groups, and plays a role in connecting across diverse communities offering opportunities to a wide range of young people in disadvantaged areas. Football United, based at UNSW, is a national and international leader in this space addresses sport for social change – goes beyond sport to impact health, education, engagement with community and positively affect interpersonal development. Although begun to address issues of humanitarian settlement and promote racial harmony, has engaged to reach youth in many socio-economically challenged areas. Football United began in 2006 with the goal of supporting refugee and newly-arrived young people and families in their transition into Australian society. The vision has evolved to become a program which combines a number of effective mechanisms for engaging and re-engaging young people with refugee experiences and disadvantaged youth into their communities, fostering their educational engagement and promoting cross cultural harmony.
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Field of Dreams, (The Football United Song) lyrics
We come from different places
But we’re the same
You’ll see it in our faces
We love this game
We love this game though
It’s not a game at all

We feel anticipation
We’ve got that burn
We’ve come for competition
We’ve come to learn
We play this game and
We learn about ourselves

Hey yo, hey yo, hey yo, hey yo
Hey yo, hey yo, hey yo, hey yo
We got style
We got game
And we have come to play

(you want to play, well we will play with you)

When everybody’s ready
We take the field
Our hearts are strong and steady
It’s all so real
And this field of play
Now becomes a field of dreams

(Hey yo, Chorus)

And when the game is over
We’ll still be friends
Cause that goes on forever
It never ends
We love this game though
It’s not a game at all

(Hey yo, Chorus)

(Rap integrated into chorus)
I was a refugee
I came from far away
I found a place for me
to call my own

I was a stranger here
But that was yesterday
With friends from far and near
I know I’m home again

Field of Dreams
(The Football United Song)
Lyrics by Brian Elkington; Music by Brian Elkington and Michael McGlynn; Produced and recorded by Michael McGlynn at Vienna People’s studio; master mixed by William Bowden at King Willie Sound; Engineered by Michael McGlynn and Scott Donnelly;
Lead vocals : Naisa Lasalosi; Supporting vocals: Mandela Mathia, Kora Whinton; chorus : Naisa Lasalosi ; Mandela Mathia, Kora Whinton, Brendon Duan, Brian Elkington, Anne Bunde-Birouste, Michael McGlynn
Song video : produced and mastered : Stuart Meney, assisted by Michael McGlynn with film by Alex Treuer, Alex Andre, Adam McPhilbin, from Football United’s Digital Connections project special thanks to SBS for film footage and to Telstra Foundation which supports the Digital Connections Project, as well as Airds Evans and Fairfield High Schools.


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