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[Verse 1]
Stand up all you scousers for Michael and Wayne,
Mancs for Scolesy, Cockneys for Beckham and James;
Come together for you, together like you are.

Geordies joining forces with the South Coast Boys,
Midlands in their masses gonna make some noise,
Cos we're coming with you, no matter where you are.

So Goodbye little England,
Now you know it hurts.
But when we come home,
They'll be singing all over the world.

[Chorus]
This game was Born in England,
The place where dreams are made.
Yeah we were Born in England,
The Bravest of the Brave.
Singing Come on England,
And it knocks me off my feet.
When you're wearing the red white and blue
I can start to believe.

[Verse 2]
Stand up all the Mersey, the Thames and the Tyne,
Along the river Severn and the Northern Line,
Cos we're crazy for you, crazy like you are.

So Goodbye little England,
Now you know it hurts.
But when we come home,
They'll be singing all over the world.

[Repeat Chorus]

Come on England,
Yeah, yeah, yeah!

[Repeat till end]



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