The song Cubs fans sang after the team clinched its first World Series berth since 1945 is called "Go Cubs Go."
The song is the team's official song, written in 1984 by folk singer Steven Goodman. It is played after every single Chicago Cubs win. After the team recorded the final out of the NLCS against the Los Angeles Dodgers, FOX Sports 1 showed the crowd in Wrigley Field and around Wrigleyville singing the song. It is hard to think of a cooler sports moment, considering all of the history that the Cubs are up against as they attempt to win the World Series.
Here is a recorded version of the song.
Last season, a resident of the North Side of Chicago recorded video, proving that he could hear the song being sung over a mile from Wrigley Field after the Cubs won the NLDS against the St. Louis Cardinals.
We bet it was even louder tonight.
The Chicago Cubs will face the Cleveland Indians in the 2016 World Series. The Indians have not won the World Series since 1948, when they defeated the Boston Braves Fall Classic. The Cubs have famously not won the World Series since 1908. There will be a lot of history riding on this series.