is a religious anthem sung to the glory of one person, the reigning monarch.
The good news is that no one seems to be opposed to ditching GSTQ
, apart from that aristocratic ventriloquist's dummy Jacob Rees-Mogg, who told the Commons it was a vital link to our "immemorial history" and if we scrapped it "we may as well go the whole hog".
Many are disgusted that GSTQ
maybe forcibly dropped - an attitude I don't quite understand, given it's the anthem of a team we'd surely love to do over should we meet them during the tournament.
Tweeting after the fight he said: "So I said that's not my anthem, so who cares, it's not NI hasn't got one educate yourselves, football is GSTQ
so make your minds up!" He added: "I'm a sportsman I couldn't care about anything else, I'm Irish, doesn't matter if I'm Catholic or Protestant!"
I suspect a vocal minority would insist on giving Windsor an unofficial rendition of GSTQ
if it were ever removed from the pre-match ritual.
Thirty years on, GSTQ
still sounds incandescent, on-the-edge rock played with cudgels, featuring an utterly defiant, thrilling stab at the heart of the established order.
The issue would become a political minefield, petitions would be launched and a sizeable minority would insist on singing 'GSTQ
' during matches.