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Published on May 8, 2011
FS #156; FSV 145. By some accounts online, I have seen that due to popular belief, "Glory to Georgia" is the main/official fight song-IN REALITY, IT'S NOT; it is used as a cheer. Though it is played the least often, the song predates "Glory" and is usually, until recently played after the PAT is kicked. The song was written in 1931 by a UGA 1915 graduate named Gaines Winningham Walters. (Source: Jimmie Howard in comments.) I do not know if this song is played in basketball and other sports events, including the famed women's gymnastics' "Gym Dawgs." If anyone has heard of the song before, some of you will be surprised that there is another verse to "Hail to Georgia." Admittedly, since there is not an extended file for this song anywhere online, I did use the same one to accompany the lyrics of verse two; it does sound good, eh? If you ask me, if I ever do attend a game or take classes in Athens' university, I would prefer this one because it describes a lot about the university's devotion to winning and its beauty. What is your stand? Do say so in a clean way. Remember, do not infringe on my videos-I do check YT and Metacafe often. Thanks for viewing, though!