"Three Lions '98" as written by and Frank Skinner Ian Broudie....
We still believe
We still believe
We still believe

It's coming home
It's coming home
It's coming

Football's coming home
Tears for heroes dressed in grey
No plans for final day
Stay in bed

Drift away
It could have been all
Songs in the street
It was nearly complete

It was nearly so sweet
And now I'm singing
Three lions on a shirt
Jules Rimet still gleaming

No more years of hurt
No more need for dreaming
Talk about football coming home
And then one night in Rome

We were strong
We had grown
And now I see
Ince ready for war

Gazza good as before
Shearer certain to score
And Psycho screaming
Three lions on a shirt

Jules Rimet still gleaming
No more years of hurt
No more need for dreaming
We can dance Nobby's dance

We could dance it in France
It's coming home
It's coming home
Football's coming home...


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"Three Lions '98" as written by Frank Skinner David Baddiel

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