England anthem ‘Three Lions’ got one million Spotify streams on Saturday alone

England anthem ‘Three Lions’ got one million Spotify streams on Saturday alone

In the summer of '96, it spent two weeks at No.1, while a 1998 version, reworked for that year's World Cup, enjoyed three weeks at the top.

It's coming home - to the top of the charts that is.

What does "It's coming home" mean?

"A few in that video are defo on for Waistcoat Wednesday- we're reclaiming the flag and the Waistcoat- you're absolutely right - this is England- mad bonkers attractive England" said one person, referencing the surge in waistcoat sales due to Gareth Southgate's trademark look. "Aye. It's coming home", will come the unvarying response. I'll remember this day for the rest of my life'.

Comedian Russell Brand shared a video of himself reciting the St Crispin's Day speech from William Shakespeare's Henry V, against the music of Three Lions.

A file photo dated 18 June 1996 of former England midfielder Paul Gascoigne in action.

The Three Lions was originally released for the European Championships in 1996 when it topped the charts.

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The most erotically charged example of football coming home definitely came with a little help from the brilliant dole queue scene in "The Full Monty".

"You wanted to make history, England, and you are doing just that". It's only right that Three Lions is number one on the chart. But I think it's time we knock it off the number one spot with Three Lions.

England's Harry Kane celebrates after he scored his side's second goal against Panama on Sunday.

"Sometimes it's hard to break a team down, so if you win 1-0, if they had won the game 1-0 (against Colombia), it wasn't a classic in any way".

The song shot up 32 places after England's win against Sweden on 7 July. Though perhaps that's getting ahead of things somewhat; nearly certainly, as the Lightning Seeds immortalized, the team will manage despite the confidence of the country behind them to make an error in judgement or tactics and get the boot before seizing the trophy.

He is fortunate enough to have witnessed England's only World Cup triumph to date on home soil 52 years ago and says it is "alright to believe" that all those "years of hurt" could be about to end.

As reported in Metro, Jason said, "I was having dinner with my mum when a work mate rang me, we were talking about football and he said to me that I would never get that tattooed on my bum in a million years".

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