Combat songs are basically a medium of rest and enhance enthusiasm in all areas of life. A student from a Michigan University, Louis Elbel & they first wrote the fighting songs at the beginning of the 20th century to celebrate the last moment of their victory in their football team. These cheerful songs are known as "victory".
After the first attempt, ghoulish songs have become the tradition of almost every university and the United States of America, and various songs have been linked to different colleges and universities.
These entertaining songs were primarily played in the sports events of different colleges and universities, and these songs played to reinforce the morale of team players. These songs are played not only at the sports event of the various colleges but also at the venues of various college events, even though these college songs are played at various US Naval Academy events. These songs can also be played by convocations of various colleges.
The most popular college singing songs are Notre Dame "Victory March", Southern California California University "Fight On", Georgia Tech "Ramblin & # 39; Wreck" Oklahoma & # 39; 39, Boomer Sooner, Boston College, Boston, Tennessee Rocky Top, Army of Brave Old Army and Aggie War Hymn, Texas A And M.
These dormitory songs are still as popular as the 20th century . Image imitations not only proudly played 5 different college events but also appreciated their popularity. Dormitory sports events are the best memorable and unforgettable events The victories have long been leaving the tradition of celebration and there are many ways to celebrate the triumph: the picture is a battle song for celebration