A music aficionado penned a tribute to Huddersfield - then filmed an amazing video to go with it.
Music teacher Chris Littlewood couldn’t contain his feelings for the town after living here for five years, and expressed his emotions the way many musicians do.
But rather than singing of love and heartbreak, the 25-year-old croons about Dixons’ ice cream and disappointing nights out at Tokyo.
Chris, of Ossett, spent six months writing the track and has been filming out and about across town for several weeks.
He said: “Music is something I love and I studied music technology here at the university.
“I grew up a Town fan and have family here and lived here for five years. I really love the town.”
The catchy track, which is free to download, mentions all the well-known Huddersfield sights such as St George’s Square and John Smith’s Stadium, as well as lesser-known delights from Scissett Baths to Grappolo’s.
The lyrical genius also sings: “Has there ever been more woe than Monday night in Tokyo?”
The track was posted on Facebook and has been shared nearly 1,000 times.
He added: “We had a lot of fun filming the video and used it to have a wander around a lot of the suburbs.”