"For me, Uruguay have been excellent, I like Belgium, but I think it will be a Croatia, England semi-final, and then if England get though I fancy them, I really fancy them".
Since it first topped the charts 22 years ago, the song become the soundtrack for England fans at a string of worldwide tournaments, including this year's World Cup.
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.
It returned to the top spot again in 1998 when it was released for the World Cup that year. Football could actually be coming home.
Following England's victory over Sweden in the World Cup this weekend, it seems that the whole nation was in the spirit of things, with "Three Lions" taking the number one spot on Spotify. "And yet, as I sat in Frank Skinner's living room watching England play Sweden - the team confidence and spirit so clearly there, Harry Maguire's and Dele Alli's headers sealing the day, Jordan Pickford a god among men - I started to experience a odd new feeling".
Comedian Russell Brand shared a video of himself reciting the St Crispin's Day speech from William Shakespeare's Henry V, against the music of Three Lions. 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.
'You wanted to make history @England and you are doing just that, ' he wrote.
George Ezra is now sitting pretty at the top of the UK Singles Chart with his tune "Shotgun", but he doesn't want to stay there.
"Sometimes it's hard to break a team down, so if you win 1-0, if they had won the game 1-0 (against Colombia), it wasn't a classic in any way".
Speaking after England's resounding 2-0 win, Daniel said that the day had proved to be the most memorable of his life.
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