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Mixing sport and music is like baking a cake.
Unless the ingredients are absolutely spot on, the results can be extremely messy.
There are strict rules if you want your record to top the charts like 'Three Lions' did in 1996.
Football's first duet with music began back in 1927 when Abide With Me was sung by the entire 90,000 crowd at Wembley Stadium.
It was the FA Cup final between Arsenal and eventual winners Cardiff City. This tradition is still going on in 2002.
After a few failed efforts in the 1930s - including one catchy number called 'I Do Like To See A Game Of Football' - we saw a footballing first.
Manchester United and their neighbours Manchester City released a record together.
It was called "City & United - The Manchester Football Double", celebrating City's FA Cup win and United's League title by the 'Busby Babes'.
Since then we've had everything from the impressive "World in Motion" to Gazza's woeful but curiously catchy "Fog on the Tyne".
Skinner and Baddiel have proved there is still a place for sports anthems - but don't expect Liberty X to be quaking in their boots.