WARNING: The story you’re about to read, more specifically the video you’re about to watch, is going to be stuck in your head for the rest of the day. You’ve been warned.
It’s nothing but good times right now in Chicago, as Friday night marks the first World Series game played at Wrigley Field in more than 70 years. Better yet, the Cubs are just three wins away from their first world title since before World War I even began.
Cubs fans obviously are celebrating in kind, and they’re not limiting their excitement and team spirit to just wearing Cubs gear or flying the W. One Cubs fan went above and beyond by incorporating the Cubbies into his Halloween decorations.
The Glozeris family (who actually live in Nebraska) decorated their house with a very elaborate light show synced to “Go Cubs Go!”, the song that plays after every Cubs home win at Wrigley.
The attention to detail is incredible, and it’s worth a watch. But if you’re not in the mood to have a song stuck in your head for the rest of eternity — or at least the rest of the fall — you might want to turn away or at least watch it on mute (although that kind of defeats the purpose, we suppose).
Oh, and if you’re wondering how the neighbors feel about the whole thing, they seem OK with it.
?We get asked a lot how our neighbors feel about it,? Sabrina Glozeris told CBS News. ?They all seem pretty cool with it and even were looking forward to it this year.?