Just One Bad Century, a site devoted to Chicago Cubs history and Chicago Cubs fans.
That same year I wrote the lyrics to a song intended to fire up the troops. It was called "We can wait 100 years"; a parody of the Proclaimer's hit "I Can Walk 500 Miles".
It got a bunch of airplay on Chicago radio that season: John Landecker played it on WLS, and Johnny B played it on the Loop (WLUP-FM 97.9).
Well this year Brandmeier started playing it on his show again (he's now on WGN) when he was hyping a Cubs song contest. He mentioned on the air that he wished the writer would update the song for him, because it mentions people no longer around (like Lou Piniella and Kosuke Fukodome).
So, I rewrote the words, and the guy that sings it, Tom Latourette, went into the studio to re-record it. (I will be posting the new version on the website soon.)
In the meantime, you can hear it live on WGN radio tomorrow morning at 8:00. Tom will be singing it live on Johnny B's remote broadcast from outside Wrigley Field. I will also be on hand to lend moral support. Please tune in--it should be fun.
Here's the original song for those of you that don't remember it...