Fight Songs

Fight Song and Ringtones

Tune in to some Southeastern spirit with our historic Alma Mater and our lively Fight Song.
(Turn up your speakers and let everyone know you’re a Lion!)

How to: Use the players below to listen to the songs now, or right click on one of the links below and choose 'Save file as' to download it to your hard drive. The songs below are in mp3 format and once downloaded can be listened to using the default music player on your computer. For the Southeastern ringtone, follow the steps above to download it to your computer then consult your phone's instruction manual for specific instructions on adding ringtones to your phone.

 

Southeastern Fight Song

Cheer for Southeastern's noble Gold and Green
Cheer our team on to victory
We've got to play this game to win the day
We've got to play hard, get in there and make it pay
It's time to fight on to a victory
Stand up and roar with all your might
Go! Go! Lions, go!
Get out and fight, fight, fight!
Hey!

Southeastern Fight Song

Southeastern Fight Song (Vocals)

Download the ringtone

Download the Fight Song played by the Southland Marching Band

History of the Fight Song

 

Southeastern Alma Mater

We hail Thee now Southeastern, For Thee we'll always stand; Thy
eager sons and daughters form one united band. We'll
sing thy praises ever from sea to shining sea, and
love Thee Alma Mater, Thru all eternity. 

Southeastern Alma Mater

Southeastern Alma Mater (Vocals)

Download the Southeastern Alma Mater - Spirit of the Southland Marching Band

Southeastern Alma Mater - History and Printable Music Sheet


History of the Fight Song

Before launching Hot Spots extensive research on the fight song was done. According to the committee's findings, there have been at least three if not four versions of the fight song throughout the university's history. The first referenced "SLC" way back when Southeastern was still a "college." Over the years words have been minimally updated to reflect the growth and changes, which Southeastern has experienced. In fact, we are currently trying to track down a version, which supposedly involved the band stopping at a certain point for the students to yell a cheer/chant with the words "Roll on, you Lions" included.If you know about the cheer/chant or any additional versions of the fight song, we'd love to hear about them. Drop us a note via the feedback button at the bottom of this page. Go Lions!