I don’t think I’d like Roger Waters if I met him. That fact that he’s a fan of Arsenal, doesn’t help. But in 1972 he set aside his allegiances and allowed David Gilmour and team to feature the Kop’s rendition of Gerry and the Pacemakers’ ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ as a fade-out for the sensational ‘Fearless’. One of the enduring sounds of football, Liverpool fans bring to an end Waters’ lyrical interpretation of madness. ‘Fearless’ first featured as a B-side to single ‘One Of These Days’ and then took its place on Pink Floyd’s seminal long player Meddle.