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Shameful Giants Playoff Anthem

Okay...not only are the lyrics embarrassing, but so are the vocals. This new San Francisco Giants rally song, a take off of Journey's Don't Stop Believing, has somehow boosted pride around the Bay area. Meanwhile, the rest of us can watch and giggle at this pile of horrible display of fandom.



Did this guy really try to make a rock song and offer shout outs to people? That's simply not right.

We all are familiar with San Francisco's silly Kung Fu Panda nickname for Pablo Sanoval...but do they really refer to Aubrey Huff as "Huff Daddy"? I guess anything is better than his female-rific first name. It's the worst name since Buster Posey.

No matter what Giants fans say, no one fears Brian Wilson's Mr T.-impersonating hair growth. I pity the fool who thinks he's in the A-Team, and has to face the Phillies' lineup that includes 7 All-stars and 2 league MVP's.

The vocalist of this track, known as Ashkon, is some sort of rapper who likes to remake well known music in disappointing fashions. He also apparently poses for pictures while holding weiners. Just sayin'.

Sorry, Pat Burrell. Your team is corny and so are its fans. It's sad that Burrell had to be part of that awful display.

Oh, by the way, trAshkan...it's not cool to play with thongs on your face while you ruin popular music. Phillies phans chuck those thongs to the floor and get right down to business, if you know what I mean. Enjoy your postseason dreams while they last, playa. Phillies phans surely won't stop believing...that their team is going to a third straight World Series.
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Comments

Anonymous said…
your a fag , dont listen if you dont like dumbass
Jay Floyd said…
Yeah, and YOUR a good speller.

Nice of you to stop by and call me names while leaving your remark anonymous.
Anonymous said…
I don't think anyone who write "no one fear's" has any business criticizing someone else's spelling.
Jay Floyd said…
I don't know how to reply to your diss about my errant aposthrophe. That was too powerful.

I guess you've won this battle, nameless commenter.
OBC said…
Whack song, whack comments, whack team. Go, Phillies!
Sayre said…
1-0

Phillies are losing in both the series and the cheesy-song-remade-into-a-playoff category.

Also it is interesting that Ashkon doesn't diss anybody in the song (the Pads did choke). Instead he just big-ups his side. Don't hate.

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