2010 FIFA World Cup: What Is Your 2010 World Cup Song for England?
From Three Lions to Vindaloo, everyone has there favorite England song. However, there is no official World Cup song for our lads in South Africa this summer.
There are a number of unofficial song circulating the Internet that may or may not get you in the mood for some footie action.
We have the likes of Dizzee Rascal and James Corden together with their song "Shout," and we also have hundreds of fans hoping their song will be sung from the stands in cities like Cape Town and Johannesburg in the next few weeks.
Three Lions is probably the most well known and most song England song, but is it your unofficial song for the 2010 World Cup?
You can stick with one of the old songs like:
Three Lions..."It's coming home, it's coming home, it's coming, football's coming home."
Vindaloo..."Vindaloo nah nah, we're England, we're gonna score one more than you."
We're on the ball..."We're on the ball..."
World in motio..."love's got the world in motion..."
...Or a controversial one, normally targeted towards Germany:
10 German Bombers..."There were three German bombers in the air, And the RAF from England shot one down..."
This year there are many new football anthems. Maybe one of them will be your favorite, or maybe they belong in the bin like many others from down the years.
Theses are the top few for this year's world cup:
Chico, the famous X-factor contestant, has made a remake of his chart hit, "It's Chico time" and has called it..."It's England time."
As I said before, Dizzee Rascal and James Corden (from Gavin and Stacey) have also made a remake. Their song is a mash up of "Shout" by Tears for Fears and No Diggity by Blackstreet. They debuted this song on the final of Britain's Got Talent, and the crowd loved it....
One of my favorites this time is "Sing it for England." It's quite catchy and the lyrics are very true...
This article is not meant to be the best, its just a bit of fun to get England fans in the mood.
Hope you liked listening to all the songs...
Come On ENGLAND!
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