WATCH: Dabo Swinney sings Journey's 'Don't Stop Believin'


by - Assoc. Editor -

Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney was in middle of Monday's interview session when a ring-tone interrupted the conversation.

However, in classic Swinney style, he wasn't fazed and even got into the 80's Journey song 'Don't Stop Believin.'

"Man I like that," Swinney said about the song. "Don't Stop Believin'. That's old-school. You tellin' your age man right there."

Here is the hear the entire 80's anthem since it's stuck in my head now:

Lyrics:

just a small town girl,

livin' in a lonely world

She took the midnight train goin' anywhere...

just a city boy,

born and raised in south Detroit

Took the midnight train goin' anywhere...

a singer in a smokey room,

the smell of wine and cheap perfume for

a smile they can share the night

It goes on and on and on and on...

strangers waiting,

up and down the boulevard

their shadows searching in the night

streetlight people,

living just to find emotion

hiding, somewhere in the night

working hard to get my fill,

everybody wants a thrill payin'

anything to roll the dice,

just one more time

some will win, some will lose

some were born to sing the blues

oh, the movie never ends

it goes on and on and on and on

strangers waiting,

up and down the boulevard

their shadows searching in the night

streetlight people,

living just to find emotion

hiding, somewhere in the night

don't stop believin'

hold on to the feelin'

streetlight people

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