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"Go! You Packers! Go!" is the fight song of the Green Bay Packers, and the first for a professional American football team. It was written by Eric Karll, a commercial jingle writer in Milwaukee, and first played at a Packers football game by the Lumberjack Band in 1931.

The rights to "Go! You Packers! Go!" were at one point owned by Lawrence Welk, who also recorded a version of the song.

In 1960, the NFL Marching Band recorded the song as part of the LP National Football League Marching Songs (issued on the RCA label LSP2292), complete with introduction by Bart Starr, then the Packers' quarterback.

A taped version of the song, recorded in 1992, is played at Lambeau Field immediately following the Packers' player introductions and after every time the Packers score an extra point.

The new line shouted by fans at the famous games is "Go Pack Go!"

Original lyricsEdit

The line "On, you Green and Gold, to glory," was originally "On, you Blue and Gold, to glory," reflecting the original team colors of the Green Bay Packers.

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