That message was painted on the side of a van full of fans from Matthews Butler High in the Carter-Finley Stadium parking lot on Saturday.
Don't be surprised to see the same vehicle wheeling around next season with something like "2011 - Still In Heaven!" printed on the side.
The Bulldogs were that good in 2009, again on Saturday in a 44-0 romp over Wake Forest-Rolesville and there's no reason to assume they'll retreat very far in the near future.
With lots of depth and a cluster of talented juniors and sophomores, this Butler team did it, did it again and just may keep doing it in the NCHSAA football playoffs.
Coach Mike Newsome's Class 4-AA champs (16-0, 31 straight wins) listed more than 20 seniors on the roster Saturday, including standout running back Jahwan Edwards, but several juniors and sophomores played critical roles.
One was sophomore quarterback Riley Ferguson, a 6-foot-2, 175-pounder with obvious all-star tools. Another was sophomore back/receiver Channing Stribbling (6-0, 170), who kept the outmanned Cougars defense on edge throughout a wet, cold afternoon.
Defensively, the Bulldogs got impressive performances from sophomores Corwin White (6-3, 220), Grant Polofsky (6-0, 220) and Peter Kalambayi (6-3, 220).
Among the offensive interior linemen were juniors Nathan Woitovich (5-10, 190), Brandon McNeely (6-0, 220) and Alex Hinkle (6-0, 220), plus sophomore Joey Moody (6-1, 240).
Coach Reggie Lucas' Cap Eight Conference Cougars (14-2) were plenty game and had a season the players, school and community can cherish for years.
But like most of Butler's opponents the past two seasons, the task was overwhelming.
After a 35-28 win over Lenoir Hibriten in their fourth game, the Bulldogs were hardly challenged.
"They don't have any weak spots, none," Lucas said. "They were exactly what we saw on film all week - just a sound, good team."
Newsome, a tough guy wearing short pants amid folks in Eskimo attire, was moved to tears when discussing the work of Edwards and the rest of the senior class.
"It's been a wild ride all season, but this team showed that they're a resilient ... great group again today," Newsome said. "We try to teach life lessons more than winning championships. I couldn't be prouder of them. They're like my own kids."
Senior linebacker Stephan Amoah carried the state championship trophy to the locker room area. The hardware case back home may be getting crowded, but Newsome made it clear that the quest for a third straight title has already begun.
"We have to replace a lot of our defense, but the offense is so young that we know we have something to build on," Newsome said. "Winning breeds winning, and these younger guys have won.
"That's important. We knocked on the door a lot of years and for a long time against [Charlotte] Independence before we could break through. Now, though, we have some players who know what it's like to be in this situation. I think they'll want to keep it going."