It was in 1977, the "South Side Hit Men,'' and we were vying for first place with Kansas City, so the fans were really charged and they were responding to everything. But when I played "Na Na Hey Hey Goodbye,'' they all sang. I'd never heard anything like that, and neither did the writers, evidently, and it just made such an impact that it was written about. I remember going to the Bard's Room and someone asking, "What song was that?'' I said, "I think it's called 'Sha Na Na.''' Well, it isn't. I just knew it was a good song.