4-4-2 "Come on England"
About "Come on England"
"Come On England" is a music single by the band 4-4-2. The song is a re-working of the Dexys Midnight Runners hit "Come On Eileen". A football-themed song, it was released on 7 June 2004 to coincide with the England national team's appearance at the European Championships. It entered the UK Singles Chart at number two, held off the number-one spot by "I Don't Wanna Know" by Mario Winans.
4-4-2 consisted of Phil Doleman (banjo), Mark Knight (fiddle), Jimmy McCafferty (drums), Lucy Wills (trumpet), Neil Murray (vocals), former Coventry City player Micky Quinn (vocals) and Ian Murphy (vocals). The band appeared on the U.K. TV shows CD:UK and, alongside Pharrell Williams and Blue, Top of the Pops to promote the single.
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