"Top Of The World (Ole, Ole, Ole)" as written by Judith Abbott, Duncan Bruce, Darren Hamer, Nigel Hunter, Alice Nutter, Louise Watts, Allan Whalley, Paul Greco, J Deja and Roland(armath) Verlooven....
Words on a postcard from far away
Spoke of a time long ago
Laughed ourselves daft on that Saturday
Singing here we go
I'm a taxi driver
I'm a postal worker
I'm an office cleaner
I'm a striking docker
I'm a ballet dancer
I'm a Zapatista
I'm a pop singer
I'm a winner
(Chorus)
I'm a winner baby
I'm a winner baby
Olé olé olé olé
Top of the world
I'm on top of the world
Olé olé olé olé
Top of the world
I'm on top of the world
I'm a brick layer
I'm an ex-miner
I'm a single mother
I'm a bus driver
I'm a political prisoner
I'm a print worker
I'm a footballer
I'm a winner
(Repeat chorus)
Words on a postcard from far away
Spoke of a time long ago
Laughed ourselves daft on that Saturday
Singing here we go
(Repeat chorus)


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"Top of the World (Ole, Ole, Ole)" as written by Daniel Luis Delacruz Christofer Kaye Welter

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    General CommentThey started playing this in the shop I worked at as the World Cup neared... I had never heard it before, but automatically recognised the way the trumpets were and the voices. I am unsure if they betrayed themselves and recorded a deliberately commercial song, or if it was a complete piss-take.
    meirasanyaon September 18, 2006   Link

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