The Purdue fight song copyrighted in 1913. Music by E.J. Wotowa, class of 1912; lyrics by J. Morrison, class of 1915.
To your call once more we rally, Alma Mater, hear our praise; Where the Wabash spreads its valley, Filled with joy our voices raise. From the skies in swelling echoes Come the cheers that tell the tale Of your vic'tries and your heroes, Hail Purdue! We sing all hail!
Hail, Hail to Old Purdue! All hail to our old gold and black! Hail, Hail to Old Purdue! Our friendship may she never lack, Ever grateful, ever true, Thus we raise our song anew, Of the days we've spent with you All hail our own Purdue.
When in after years we're turning, Alma Mater, back to you, May our hearts with love be yearning, For the scenes of old Purdue.
Back among your pathways winding, Let us seek what lies before, Fondest hopes and aim e'er finding, While we sing of days of yore.