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"Fly, Eagles Fly" is the fight song of the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League. The song is played following an Eagles touchdown at home.

HistoryEdit

The fight song was the creation of Charles Borrelli and Roger Courtland as credited in various editions of Eagles programs from 1960. A claim by former Eagles owner Jerry Wolman, that it was his daughter who penned the Eagles Victory song has been proven to be untrue. The original first verse of the song was "Fight Eagles Fight" which was again repeated in the second verse. The lyrics of the first verse were changed to "Fly Eagles Fly" at a later date.

LyricsEdit

Fly Eagles Fly, On The Road To Victory.
Fight Eagles Fight, Score A Touchdown 1-2-3.

Hit 'Em Low.
Hit 'Em High.
And Watch Our Eagles Fly.

Fly Eagles Fly, On The Road To Victory.

E-A-G-L-E-S, EAGLES!!!



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