If England manage to beat Croatia on Wednesday in the semi-finals, it's likely that Baddiel, Skinner and The Lightning Seeds won't be going anywhere just yet.
Vodafone Big Top 40 radio show revealed the news yesterday afternoon, after Three Lions was 3-1 to top the charts.
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"The first year I left Yeovil I had a feeling Yeovil would get promoted that year, which is ironic as I'd left the club, and they did, and I'm getting that feeling again with England". Demi Lovato from the top of the charts on Sunday evening.
If you've come into even incidental contact with an English person in the last few weeks, they will have made one thing painfully clear to you: football's coming home. It was now ideally poised to embody England's aspirations for World Cup '98 - and indeed it became, for the second time in two years, a No. 1 single in the United Kingdom.More news: After initial tests, HIV vaccine trial on 2600 African women
"But certainly I think England are the best team in their side of the draw, closely followed by Croatia".
I know that was then.
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Following England's incredible win against Sweden, the track by The Lightening Seeds & Baddiel and Skinner - which includes the iconic chant "It's coming home" - has smashed its way to number one. That "could", so tentative and clouded by doubt, says it all.
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