Skinner, who formed part of a track originally produced for Euro '96 alongside comedy partner David Baddiel and the Lightning Seeds, is delighted to be back under the brightest of spotlights.
World Cup fever in England will not extend to weddings round the country on Saturday with those tempted to glance at their mobile phones during the match with Sweden facing a red card.
While there may still be eight nations competing, the real victor at the World Cup so far must surely be David Baddiel, Frank Skinner and Ian Broudie due to the royalties they are reaping by the bucket load. The chorus contains the lyrics "It's coming home, it's coming home, it's coming, football's coming home".
On Spotify, Three Lions reached an all-time high of 450,000 global plays on Tuesday night, as Gareth Southgate's team beat Colombia.
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The Thai Government said Mr Musk's team could help the rescue operation with location tracking, water pumping or battery power. Engineers and rescue teams from around the world have reportedly poured into Thailand to assist the Thai government.
And last but by no means least, our personal favourite: Neo finally getting to grips with "The Matrix" by accepting that football is, unequivocally and without doubt, coming home.
From royal bands performing at the Buckingham Palace guard change, fans shutting down streets in London, performers in hit West End musicals and organ players at 600-year-old cathedrals, the song seems to be everywhere. It was now ideally poised to embody England's aspirations for World Cup '98 - and indeed it became, for the second time in two years, a No. 1 single in the United Kingdom. The game officially branched off from rugby there in 1863, with the creation of the Football Association in England, according to FIFA.
"You wanted to make history, England, and you are doing just that". But I think it's time we knock it off the number one spot with Three Lions.
But hey, you can still have some fun with misinformation, such as showing a bunch of English lads how to sing "Three Lions" in Irish. Fair, but we mustn't forget the line which follows: "I know that was then / but it could be again".