Good Ole W&J

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Good Ole W&J
This song is to be sung to the tune of 99 Bottles of Beer.

Old Harvard's run by millionaires,
And Princeton's run by Yale.
Penn State is run by taxes,
And the Sem will surely fail.
Wash-Jeff's been run by loyal sons
For generations back,
So we'll join the rollicking chorus,
Three Cheers for the Red and Black.

Chorus:
Oh, I'm from Jay, I'm from W&J
And I'll shout it far and near.
I'm from Jay, I'm from W&J
And I love my college dear.

Oh, W&J was W&J
When Pitt was merely WUP,
And W&J will be W&J
When Pitt is gobbled up.
We are the oldest college
From the Alleghenies West
So we'll join the rollicking chorus,
Three cheers, she is the best.

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