As discussions begin on the point of England adopting its own national anthem, we take a look at some of the best songs by English artists.
Chesterfield MP Toby Perkins believes England needs its own anthem, as God Save The Queen is used for the whole of the UK.
But as Scotland and Wales have their own songs to use at sporting events, would you like to see England adopt its own too?
His English National Anthem Bill, discussed in the House of Commons yesterday, was adopted by MPs and will be debated at a second reading on March 4.
Land Of Hope And Glory and Jerusalem may seem like obvious (and popular) choices - but for those looking for something a little bit more contemporary, look no further.
Here's a list of outstanding songs by British artists that we think could be cracking anthems with a twist.
Some are total anthems, others are chart-toppers and some are just a little bit off the wall (because why not). Which ones have we missed?
Sex Pistols: God Save The Queen
Elton John: Your Song
The Verve: Bittersweet Symphony
Pulp: Common People
Blur: Song 2
The Who: My Generation
The Clash: London Calling
Led Zeppelin: Stairway To Heaven
David Bowie: Space Oddity
Queen: We Are The Champions
The Beatles: Hey Jude
Pink Floyd: Another Brick In The Wall
Adele: Rolling In The Deep
Take That: Rule The World
Spice Girls: Stop
The Jam: English Rose
Kate Bush: Wuthering Heights
Phil Collins: Against All Odds
Rolling Stones: You Can't Always Get What You Want
Amy Winehouse: Our Day Will Come
The Kinks: Waterloo Sunset