Sorry Cubs fans, but "Go Cubs Go" is bad. I know it gets played at Wrigley after every Cubs W, and it has sentimental value, but could it be any more trite? Luckily it wasn't the only song about the Cubbies from lifelong fan and songwriter, the late Steve Goodman. In "A Dying Cub Fan's Last Request," a Cubs fan on his deathbed blames his life's stumbles on the lovable losers' longtime foibles. Then he asks for a funeral in Wrigley and concludes, "I've got season tickets to watch the Angels now ... You the living, you're stuck here with the Cubs, so it's me who feels sorry for you." If Goodman were still alive, I'm sure he'd have penned a sequel when his song subject watched the Cubs win the World Series from above.