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- Posted on Jun 14th 2010 6:15AM by Julian Marszalek
Seizing pole position is Dizzee Rascal and actor James Corden with their version of Tears for Fears' 'Shout' -- renamed 'Shout for England' -- and the pair are joined in the charts with 'Three Lions' by David Baddiel, Frank Skinner and the Lightning Seeds, New Order's 'World in Motion' -- originally released in 1990 -- and former England manager Terry Venables with his version of 'If I Can Dream.'
Not only has 'Three Lions' charted twice before in 1996 and 1998, it also has the dubious distinction of being joined in this week's chart by Robbie Williams' and comedian Russell Brand's version.
Also joining the football related race is Somalian artist K'naan whose 'Wavin' Flag' was performed at the tournament's opening ceremony in Johannesburg on Friday, June 11.
Dizzee Rascal and James Corden have pledged to donate all the profits from their chart-topping single to the Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital in London.