The current College of William and Mary Fight Song
To be sung every time the Tribe scores!
“Oh, we will fight, fight, fight for the Tribe,
Each time the Big Green team appears.
And we will yell, yell, yell for the Tribe,
And they will heed our mighty cheers.
Come on and cheer our team on to victory,
Let’s give a shout for our colors bold-
We’ll get a
Touchdown! Touchdown! Touchdown!
And raise the Green and Gold!”
Previous College Fight Songs
Fight, Fight, Fight for the Indians
(from the 1931-1932 Indian Handbook)
Oh, we will fight, fight, fight for the Indians,
When the Indian team appears,
We will pull like Hell for the Indians
When they hear our mighty cheers
We will circle the ends for the Indians,
And we’ll romp right down the field--
Touchdown! Touchdown! Indians!
And----------------line will surely yield.
Victory, circa 1929 Oscar E. Wilkinson
Rally and cheer the Indians, here they come!
Loyal and fearless heroes every one!
Fighting to praise our name and conquering for greater fame with courage of old,
So warriors raise your crest to glory for the best,
With might and main we cheer, cheer, cheer, we cheer for William and Mary,
March on to Victory.
Tricolors down the field to win today,
Faith everlasting never to yield,
Our varsity will always fight, fight, fight, fight,
Right on to victory!
Material in the SCRC
- "Alma Mater," "Athletics--Cheers and Fight Songs," (regular and oversize) and "Student Activities--Song Contest," University Archives Subject File Collection, Special Collections Research Center, Swem Library, College of William and Mary.
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