Auburn Tradition
Auburn Marching Band
 
Robert Allen and Al Stillman wrote War Eagle in 1954 and 1955. It was introduced at the beginning of the 1955 football season and has served as the official fight song ever since:
 

 
War Eagle, fly down the field,
Ever to conquer, never to yield.
War Eagle, fearless and true.
Fight on you orange and blue.
Go! Go! Go!
On to vict'ry, strike up the band.
Give 'em hell, give 'em hell,
Stand up and yell, hey!
War Eagle, win for Auburn,
Power of Dixieland!

 
The Auburn Alma Mater was composed by Bill Wood in 1942 with word revision in 1960:
 

 
On the rolling plains of Dixie 'neath the sun-kissed sky,
Proudly stands our Alma Mater, banners high.
To thy name we'll sing the praise, from hearts that love so true,
And pledge to thee our loyalty the ages through.
We hail thee, Auburn, and we vow to work for thy just fame,
And hold in memory as we do now thy cherished name.
Hear the student voices swelling, echoes strong and clear,
Adding laurels to thy fame enshrined so dear.
From the hollowed walls we'll part and bid thee sad adieu;
Thy sacred trust we'll bear with us the ages through.
We hail thee, Auburn, and we vow to work for thy just fame,
And hold in memory as we do now thy cherished name.

 
 
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