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The Washington State Fight Song, words by Zella Melcher and music by Phyllis Sayles, is the official fight song for Washington State University. The song was written in 1919 by WSU students Melcher and Sayles as a class project.


Fight, fight, fight for Washington State! Win the victory!

Win the day for Crimson and Gray! Best in the West, we know you'll all do your best, so
On, on, on, on! Fight to the end! Honor and Glory you must win! So
Fight, fight, fight for Washington State and victory!



The song appears in the 1985 film Volunteers, sung by John Candy's character Tommy Tuttle from Tacoma, Washington, and later used as a war cry by the Communists.

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Washington State University fight song

Wikipedia contributors, "Washington State University Fight Song," Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, (accessed January 19, 2010).

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