St. Luke’s Fight Song: “The Victory Song”

St. Luke’s Fight Song: “The Victory Song” from St. Luke’s Sentinel on Vimeo.

The St. Luke’s Upper School Chorale sings “The Victory Song,” one of St. Luke’s fight songs, written in 1941 by Vincent A. Sutton ’45 and his sister, Gloria. The tune is the “Washington and Lee Swing,” and the lyrics are as follows:

When all the St. Luke’s Storm falls into line
they’re going to win again, and that’s a sign,
that we will shout! shout! shout! shout! Victory,
and let their names go down in St. Luke’s history;

And they will fight! fight! fight! in every game,
and the result will always be the same.
Above the rest you’ll always hear the name,
hear the name of St. Luke’s.

This film was created by Sentinel Staff Writers Josie Williams ’15 and Scotty Zech ’15, and Editor-in-Chief Sebastian Bates ’14, as part of a collaboration with the Office of Alumni Relations and the 2013-14 Student Government.

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