Tony Christie has recorded a new version of chart-topping song (Is This the Way To) Amarillo for the World Cup.
Tony Christie's Amarillo was the UK's best-selling single of 2005
The new song, (Is This the Way To) The World Cup, aims to rival Embrace's official England anthem in the charts and on the terraces.
"This has every chance of being number one when England win the World Cup," Christie said.
The song, released on 29 May, has been championed by BBC Radio 1's breakfast host Chris Moyles.
Christie added: "The new lyrics made me laugh when I heard them and when Chris Moyles said on air that I should record it I couldn't resist."
The lyrics begin: "All across the nation, you can taste the expectation. Finish what we started, England the lion-hearted."
The words have been rewritten by Ian Stringer and "Big" George Webley, presenters on BBC local station Three Counties Radio.
Stringer said: "I knew that the terraces demanded an Amarillo-style World Cup song.
"Our version of the song connects with the terraces, it is about the passion and desire of England competing in - and winning - the World Cup."
Christie - who first released Amarillo in 1971 - spent seven weeks at the top of the UK singles chart last year when the song was re-released for Comic Relief.
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