"Made in England" is the title track from English pop-rock performer Elton John's 1995 album, Made in England. It is an autobiographical telling of his growing up, parts of his life, and what it is like in England.
"Made in England" is often seen as a pro-English anthem, due to its upbeat tune and the repetition of shouts of "England" at the end of the song. However, the lyrics themselves tell a very different story. In fact, the last couple of lines sum it all up:
- "But the joke's on you, you never read the song
- They all think they know but they all got it wrong"
- Elton John in "Made in England"