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WATCH: Check out this adorable Cbeebies World Cup song that you can't help but love!

By Adam McKendry

One of the biggest parts of the World Cup build-up is the World Cup songs, and we've had some belters over the years.

Ricky Martin's "La Copa Da La Vida" was an instant classic from France 98, "Waka Waka" from Shakira for South Africa in 2010 had our toes tapping, and "Anthem" by Vangelis was popular when it was released for the 2002 World Cup in Japan and South Korea.

This year's official song is called "Live Up" and is performed by Nicky Jam, featuring Will Smith (yes, that Will Smith) and Era Istrefi, and it's already quite popular.

But it may just be outdone by the unlikeliest of sources.

Hey Duggee, a show on the BBC's kids channel CBeebies, have released "The Kick Song" for the start of next week's World Cup - and it might be the catchiest thing you'll listen to for the next few weeks.

Could it be even more popular than the official song? Check it out below and see for yourself!

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