Embrace – World At Your Feet (Official HD Video) – 2006 FIFA World Cup England song

2006年イタリア大会

The official HD music video for the 2006 FIFA World Cup England song “World At Your Feet” by Embrace, featured on the album ‘This New Day’.

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“World at Your Feet” by Embrace was the official song for the England World Cup squad during the 2006 FIFA World Cup campaign. The song was released on June 5, 2006, and its first broadcast on Radio 1 by Chris Moyles on April 21, 2006 who told fans “it’s perfect. Shut up and enjoy it.” The newly remastered World At Your Feet video features footage of both fans and Golden Generation players Michael Owen, Wayne Rooney, David Beckham, Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard.

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EMBRACE ARE

Mickey Dale – keyboards and piano, backing vocals, horn and string arrangement.
Steve Firth – bass guitar
Mike Heaton – drums, percussion, backing vocals
Danny McNamara – lead vocals, acoustic guitar
Richard McNamara – lead guitar, keyboards, percussion, backing and lead vocals, production, mixing

LYRICS

You’re the first in my life
To make me think that we might just go all the way
And I want you to know we’re all hanging on

They’ll come, and yes they’ll try
To break us down
But we know that we’ll never lose
If we keep moving forward
And don’t look back

With the world at your feet
There’s no one you can’t beat,
Yes it can be done
With the world at your feet
There’s no height you can’t reach
This could be the one
It’s calling
It’s calling you now
You know it’s gonna be your time
‘Cause the world is at your feet
Yeah, the world is at your feet

Like stars in the sky
Burning bright
Seen by a billion eyes
No, I want you to know
We’re all turned your way

With the world at your feet
There’s no one you can’t beat
Yes it can be done
With the world at your feet
There’s no height you can’t reach
This could be the one
It’s calling
It’s calling you now
You know it’s gonna be your time
‘Cause the world is at your feet
Yeah, the world is at
With the world at your feet
There’s no one you can’t beat
Yes it can be done
With the world at your feet
There’s no height you can’t reach
This can be the one

You’ll lift it up with one proud kiss
There’s nothing else that feels like this
So lift your arms and everyone sing

With the world at your feet
There’s no one you can’t beat
Yes it can be done
With the world at your feet
There’s no height you can’t reach
This could be the one
It’s calling
It’s calling you now
You know it’s gonna be your time
‘Cause the world is at your feet
Yeah, the world is at your feet

ABOUT EMBRACE

Formed in the early ‘90s, Embrace solidified their current line-up in 1996, consisting of brothers Danny and Richard McNamara, bassist Steve Firth, keyboardist Mickey Dale, and drummer Mike Heaton.

Their breakthrough came in 1997 with the indie anthem ‘All You Good Good People’, followed by top 10 hits ‘Come Back To What You Know’ and ‘My Weakness Is None Of Your Business’. Debut album ‘The Good Will Out’, released in June 1998 soared to number one and went on to sell over 500,000 copies in the UK alone, marking it out as one of the fastest-selling debuts by a British artist. Subsequent albums, ‘Drawn from Memory’ (2000) and ‘If You’ve Never Been’ (2001) both entered the top 10 before the band left their original label Hut Recordings.

After a three-year hiatus, Embrace signed with Independiente Records. 2004’s ‘Out of Nothing’ album propelled the band back to the top of the charts, thanks in part to Coldplay’s Chris Martin, who wrote the hit single ‘Gravity’ for the album. The album went on to sell over 600,000 copies in the UK (2xPlatinum) and the band has now scored eight consecutive top 10 album in their career to date.

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