'Don't Stop Believing' Finally Giants' Anthem (VIDEO)

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We believe! We believe!
After being catapulted back into relevance by The Sopranos' finale, Journey's "Don't Stop Believing" was soon adopted by the Los Angeles Dodgers as a late-inning rally song.

Hilariously, it turns out Journey singer Steve Perry is a Giants fan -- and he hated this. "I really wish we'd have hijacked it first. I think the song is about hope and power, and it's working for them, damn it," he told the Chronicle.

Well, in a way, the Giants have finally "hijacked" the song. But not a version Perry may enjoy. This version mentions a Rally Thong, after all.

Local musician Ashkon and the production team at White Collar Brawler teamed to create the self-proclaimed anthem, which contains lyrics such as the following: I had faith and I had hope. Thankfully the Padres choked. Even better, maybe it was the Rally Thong.

The bandwagon tour continues -- and will hit fever pitch if Madison Bumgarner can take down the Braves in Atlanta today.

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