Who doesn't know this famous line from the 1981 hit by Journey? The best selling digital track of the 20th century still gets every pub and prom dance moving in the muscular rhythm behind Steve Perry's gorgeous tenor voice.
We thought it deserved a shirt, as did Sarah Goetz, the designer of this beauty - a small town girl herself. Despite the line being about despair, and holding on to that feelin', the urban lettering better reflects the steely determination of the many small town girls we know and love. We combined it with an uber-soft Navy slub you can't wait to put on.
Whether you're a small town girl or born in South Detroit, we know you're going to love this shirt. And don't be surprised if on first sight, everyone in the room goes into full-blown karoake mode. Don't stop believin'.