Also happily, the show won the Olivier Award for Best Musical. (Hey, I tries nots to steer ya wrong...)
I've now embedded the song in the original post, but so you don't have to go track it down, I'll post it here, as well. As I wrote in the original article, a video version of the song doesn't do it or the show justice, not getting across the power of the number and it's impact from the rise of the curtain. But still, it gives a good sense of it.
One oddity: having by now seen show and watched a ton of videos of the musical and stories about the history, only a few of the actors in this British version get the Gander accent right -- notably the first performer you'll see -- many of the others sliding a bit into Scottish or Irish, but still it's a joy.
The song is far-more powerful when you see the emotion and pounding on the stage live -- but this still does give a good sense of it. Here's how the show opens --