A collection of hilarious songs, penned to celebrate football's biggest carnival. Even if you hate football, you'll love them...
In which robbers wearing Zinedine Zidane masks play keepy-uppy in the convenience store they are about to rob, soundtracked by a roll call of great players, present and past.
And yes, the infamous head butt of the 2006 world Cup Final is recreated, but this time it is a security guard that feels Zinedine's fury, not Marco Materazzi.
Former Peruvian hairdresser and viral Internet sensation La Tigresa del Oriente took advantage of a recent trip to Argentina to record a 'reimagining' of 'Don’t Cry For me Argentina' to help motivate Lionel Messi and co in Brazil. Or put them off. It’s hard to tell.
The cowgirls in their Stetsons and Daisy Dukes may catch the eye in this country-tinged ode to Team USA's highs and lows, but it's the lyrics you'll remember:. “In '98 we lost to Iran, I nearly drove my truck off the Hoover Dam."
Speaking of Iran, if it's a bit of 80s electronica with a scorching fiddle break you're after, look no further than this paean to the country's football stars.
In which Rik Mayall appropriates a speech from Shakespeare's Henry V, to motivate a 5-a-side pub team. It's currently climbing up the charts as a tribute to the late comedian, but it doesn't look like the stirring oration is having a similar impact on the national team.
Here's one from the archives, a little rockabilly number put out by Chilean band Los Ramblers to celebrate the 1962 World Cup, held in their country.
In which a Nicaraguan guy is buried up to his head while singing encouragement to every team in the world cup, individually and by name, to score lots of goals.