Want to know the secret to nailing a performance of "Take Me Out to the Ball Game?"
According to actor Bill Murray, who performed the song at Friday's Cubs-Indians World Series game, the trick is to "spray it ... don't thhh-ay it!"
The Chicago native performed the classic fight song at the bottom of the seventh inning ("the last chance to order a beer," as he reminded the crowd) in the style of another beloved American icon: Daffy Duck.
And he was sure to let the crowd sub in "Cubbies" for "home team," as per the team's tradition. See his rousing rendition for yourself!
Warning: If you try out Murray's technique at home, you might want to warn the person sitting in front of you.
Or at least offer to buy them that seventh-inning beer.
While Murray's beloved Cubs ultimately weren't able to turn out a win, maybe Murray can help them "Groundhog Day" their way to another shot at 8 pm EST on Saturday.
After all, we could live inside this sthhh-pirited moment for quite some time!