The Chicago Cubs do not have an official theme song, as of 2015, but the team recognizes "Go, Cubs, Go," written by Steve Goodman, as its unofficial fight song. The song, written in 1984, plays following each home win at Wrigley Field.
Goodman wrote the song prior to the 1984 season, but he passed away at the age of 36, four days before the Cubs clinched a post-season berth for the National League East championship season. Three years later, the team adopted the Beach Boys' "Here Come the Cubs," in place of Goodman's song. However, during the 2007 playoff run, the team reintroduced Goodman's song as the Cubs unofficial fight song.