Wedding goes wild as Three Lions plays on dance floor

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With the resurgence of the English team in the World Cup in Russian Federation, the song has come smashing back into relevance as England fans start to believe. It's only right that Three Lions is number one on the chart.

Three Lions was originally released in 1996 to coincide with the European Championship held in England, in which the team also reached the semi-final stage.

But as the saying goes, "if you can't beat them, join them", so some happy couples made a decision to put the game on for their guests, to stem all the covert football-watching.

With a player like this leading the line it's hard to argue that England cant go further than anyone expected in this competition.

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".

Before the England team left for Russian Federation, the Duke of Cambridge spent time with the squad and wished them well. The game officially branched off from rugby there in 1863, with the creation of the Football Association in England, according to FIFA.

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Throw it away Gonna blow it away But I know they can play 'Cause I remember.

"But certainly I think England are the best team in their side of the draw, closely followed by Croatia".

He believes the former Middlesbrough boss has been hugely impressive in role since being named in charge during November 2016.

Take Me Out host Paddy McGuinness joked that he wanted to tire his children in time for the game.

The super catchy unofficial England fan anthem rocketed to the top of the charts this week.

The ironic thing is that "Three Lions" is not a song about winning football, but about losing it - losing it in crushing, brutal, humiliating agony, in ways both unbearable and expected by anyone who admires this team.