Good ol' song

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Good ol' Song
The Good ol' Song is the unofficial alma mater song of the University of Virginia. It contains 4 verses, though only the first two are typically sung.

The good ol' song of wah-hoo-wah
We'll sing it o'er and o'er
It cheers our hearts and warms our blood
To hear them shout and roar.

We come from ol' Virginia
Where all is bright and gay
Let's all join hands and give a yell
For the dear old UVA.

Though the tide of years may roll
And drift us far apart
For alma mater still there'll be
A place in every heart.

In college days we sing her praise
And so when far away
In memory we still shall be
At the dear old UVA.

Wah-Hoo-Wah, Wah-Hoo-Wah!
Uni-v Vir-gin-i-a
Hoo Rah Rah, Hoo Ray Ay
Hey, Hey! U-V-A!