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Published on Nov 30, 2007
Here's an "oldie but goodie". It's a short instrumental version of the Cleveland Browns fight song, with lyrics listed in the video. I recall hearing it as a child, in the early 1960s, but it could go back to the 1950s.
The song is by George T. Bird & Paul Van Loan, but I don't know who performed this version.
The full lyrics are below, in case you're interested.
Lyrics: Hi-O-Hi-O for Cleveland, For the greatest team in the land We raise our voices, in one great chorus, Just to make them understand We're proud they come from Cleveland, Where we play the best football Hi-O-Hi-O for Cleveland To the greatest pro team of all !
We're All-American people From an All-American town We cheer the Indians, we cheer the Barons And we cheer the Cleveland Browns. We're all for one with Cleveland We sing to her renown. For we're All-American people From an All-American town!