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As a public address announcer for many athletic events, I play the song in the top of the fourth inning at Holy Angels baseball games and during breaks in hockey tournaments. Could be the same type of inspiration that Randy Bachman had when he claimed a pizza delivery guy laid down the piano track on BTO's "Taking Care of Business" ....not! He is a great singer, best in his movies like Jazz singer and whatever he is in. But Sweet Caroline is one of my favorite songs that he sings. See comment below first, The cool thing was the North Carolina Marching Band played Sweet Caroline, after Davidson had upset Georgetown in Raleigh, North Carolina as a tribute to the team, as they came back out for the UNC game! The Davidson University Marching Band played this song a couple of times each game during their run to Elite 8 in Men's Basketball.

It's a song that gets the fans involved."Neil Diamond revealed that this song is about Caroline Kennedy" ??? Nice way to give the tune some additional pedigree and tie it in with her 50th birthday but the lyrics don't reflect anything about her or her life at an early age. To the person who mentioned the version Mamma Cass did, I sure you can find it on you-tube. I remember being in Ford Field with 50,000 Davidson fans playing this song so joyfully for that weekend.

"I thought maybe I would tell it to Caroline when I met her someday."He got his chance last week when he performed the song via satellite at Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg's 50th birthday party.

Diamond was a "young, broke songwriter" when a photo of the president's daughter in a news magazine caught his eye."It was a picture of a little girl dressed to the nines in her riding gear, next to her pony," Diamond recalled.

To the person who mentioned the similarity between the intro of this song and the intro to Happy Together. They call the inning break the "Sweet Sixth" and play this song."I'm happy to have gotten it off my chest and to have expressed it to Caroline.I thought she might be embarrassed, but she seemed to be struck by it and really, really happy."I think that Fenway Park uses this song because of the opening stanza; it symbolizes the love that Red Sox fans have for their team and baseball season.Since many years an upbeat version of the song by Austrian entertainer "DJ Ötzi" is played after each home victory of Swiss football team FC Aarau.With people singing along with the tune aloud with joy on their way out of the stadium.