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alexthomasdavis – Englands Time (World Cup 2010 Song) lyrics

You can take a terry clearance
Nodded on my stevie g
You can take a lampard knockdown
Put away by wayne rooney
You can take a heskey header
Flicked it on off defoes knee
You can take a beckham corner
Flying in why wont you see
Come on it's englands time
Oh baby oh baby
Come on it's englands time
Oh baby oh baby
Come on it's englands time
Oh baby oh baby
Come on it's englands time
Oh maybe oh maybe
You can take a barry swinger
Curling in it's so easy
You can take a lennon steamer
Stir it in your english tea
You can take a crouchy header
Bouncing in off barrys knee
You can take a shaun wright-philips netbuster
Why can't you see!



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    Alex Thomas Davis
    This song was written for the 2010 World Cup, and details footballers scoring goals. Theres not much meaning behind the song, its just a good old fashioned football romp! I mention as many footballers as I can that were in the 2010 world cup squad, and I had the usual fight with syllables fitting them all in!
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