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Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Neil Diamond Sings "Sweet Caroline" at Some Giant Outdoor Bar

Posted By on Tue, Apr 6, 2010 at 8:46 AM


Why is it that "Sweet Caroline" always gets everyone within earshot to sing along? Whether it pops on the radio in your buddy's car, on the jukebox at 15 Romolo, or over the PA at some big outdoor park with fake grass in Boston, you're gonna hear a Greek chorus when Neil Diamond gets to "Good times never seemed so good" ("So good, so good!")

So how come San Francisco didn't get the other big bar singalong --written by local boys, no less--for our opening day? Just sayin'.


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