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Dá-lhe Mengo
Dá-lhe, dá-lhe, dá-lhe Mengoo com muito orgulho, com muito amor.

Dá-lhe Mengo, versione II
Dá-lheeee Mengoooo Dá-lhe, dá-lhe, dá-lhe, dá-lhe Ê ô Dá-lhe, dá-lhe, dá-lhe, dá-lhe Ê ô.

Sou da RAÇA, demorou
Oh oh oh oh oh oh oh Sou da RAÇA, demorou Oh oh oh oh oh oh oh Demorou mas abalou Oh oh oh oh oh Mengo, Mengo.

Oh meu Mengão
Oh meu Mengão, eu gosto de você, quero cantar ao mundo inteiro a alegria de ser rubro-negro, cante comigo, Mengão, acima de tudo rubro-negro, cante comigo, Mengão, acima de tudo rubro-negro.

Mengo oh oh
Mengo oh oh Mengo oh oh Mengo oh oh oh oh oh oh Mengo oh oh oh oh Mengo oh oh oh oh oh.

Bota pra foder
Quando a RAÇA canta, galera se levanta. E só dá Mengooo Êêêêêê bota pra foder

Ole Mengo
Oleeeeeee Mengooooo, Oleeeeeee Mengooooo, Oleeeeeee Mengooooo, Oleeeeeee Mengooooo

O senhor é do Flamengo
O Senhor é do Flamengo, e do Flamengo eu também sou. Ele é da RAÇA, eu também sou, da RAÇA do Mengo.

Oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh a RAÇA é rei. 

Olele Olala a RAÇA vem aí e o bicho vai pegar.

Tum tum tum tum tum tum tum tum tum tum tum Mengo.

Mengooooo, Mengooooo, Mengooooo, Mengooooo
Zico is the greater scorer on Flamengo's history, with 508 goals on 731 games. He is the idol of a nation of more than 35 million fans all around the brazilian country. He scored 333 times on Maracanã, a record not yet broken by any other player. He took over Italy during the two seasons that played for Udinese, leaving a flavor of the brazilian spice on the traditional italian macaroni. In Japan, he is admired by people that never get tired of rendering him honors for all the things he did for soccer on the land of the rising sun.
Flamengo's fans did not take long to recognize Zico as an all-star, but the idolatry would gain a taste of immortality when the team's golden generation conquered the world. Zico leaded that magic team of the eighties, a team composed by Raúl, Júnior, Rondinelli, Lico, Tita, Andrade, Adílio and other fantastic players. It all started with Rondinelli's goal on the 1978 State Championship's final. After that, the team conquered the following titles in a row: their first national championship title (1980), the Libertadores da América Cup (1981), the Intercontinental Cup (1981) and more two national championship titles (1982-83). He was also the scoring leader on some of these competitions and on many others. 
Using Udinese's colors (1983 to 1985), he did not conquer any title, but carried memorable campaigns on the league at that time. Zico was a highlight and lead scorer by goals average.
Zico's mind was always turned to Flamengo. And his comeback happened in 1985, two seasons after he left the club. Back to his country, his next  national championship title would come in 1987. He played on the victory over Internacional (1 x 0), the only goal scored by Bebeto, on a crowded Maracanã. On the dressing room after the game, the all-star heard his name shouted by the supporters and had to come back to be honored for conquering Flamengo's fourth national title, also his fourth using the team's colors.
Rendering homage to the italian people, he played his farewell game from the Brazilian team in Udine, on March 27 of 89. Brazil lost by the score of 2 to 1, defeated by team of foreign all-stars. On February 6 of the following year, on a fully crowded Maracanã, the greatest fear of his fans took place: it was his farewell from the colors of the team. It was an exciting occasion for which Zico prepared himself the best way he could. But that was not a goodbye, only a so long, once the all-star would come back to the fields once more, this time on the other side of the world. 
In May of 1991, he accepted the invitation for a unique mission: develop soccer in Japan. To play for the Sumitomo Metals, whose name was changed later to Kashima Antlers, and help to build a structure for the embryonary J-League. Japanese soccer and Kashima rapidly grew. In 1994, the japanese people promoted the Carnival 94' on October of that same year. There was a series of tributes to the myth that was leaving the fields for the last time, at least as a soccer player. 
At the same time, Zico played for the Brazilian team in three World Cups (1978-82-86). In 1982, the team enchanted the planet with the so called art soccer, under the command of the coach Telê Santana. Unfortunately, the team did not win once more, throwing away its chances on an unforgettable defeat for Italy.
Today, Zico is the coach of the Japanese National Team".
La squadra del Flamengo, campione del mondo 1981
Una delle ultime partite giocate da Zico nel Flamengo, 1989
Come allenatore della nazionale giapponese, prima della partita con il Camerun
Madonna con la maglietta del Flamengo in uno show in Brasile
Flamengo is the team that has more wins in the Brazilian Championship. Flamengo won in 1980, 1982, 1983, 1987 and 1992.
2. Flamengo has also won World Championship in 1981 (13/12/1981 - TOKYO - FLAMENGO 3 LIVERPOOL 0) Starting lineup: Raul; Leandro, Marinho, Mozer e Júnior; Andrade, Adílio e Zico; Tita, Nunes e Lico. Coach: Paulo César Carpegiani. Goals: Nunes 13’, Adílio 34’ and Nunes 41’.
3. Our idol is Arthur Antunes Coimbra (ZICO). He was born in Rio de Janeiro in 03/03/1953. In 765 games, he made 568 goals. 

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