The Cubs joined the crowd in singing 'Go Cubs Go' at the World Series parade
When the Cubs won their first World Series game at Wrigley Field since 1945, fans celebrated by singing "Go Cubs Go." It was so loud that it could be heard from a mile away. And when the Cubs won their first World Series, full stop, since 1908, the Windy City got a chance to belt it out again.
On Friday afternoon, after a thrilling parade, an emotional speech from Anthony Rizzo and an epic selfie with David Ross, thousands and thousands (perhaps millions!) of fans burst into song, led by Cubs fan and country singer Brett Eldredge. Even the team joined in! Just click play on the video above to listen.
Or, you know, just walk around Chicago for a little while:
Truth. People literally just singing "Go Cubs Go" on street corners downtown, others walk up and join in. It's great. Beautiful day, too. https://t.co/8yocl0Zopn- Jeff B/DDHQ (@EsotericCD) November 4, 2016
And, if the Cubs are anything like other championship teams from their city, you can expect a remix featuring the entire roster dancing around behind a single microphone. Maybe David Ross will even show off a hidden talent and do a sax solo.