It seems like everyone in Baltimore is catching Ravens fever. Two weeks ago, a group of Ravens fans created a “Call me Maybe” parody song before the team’s AFC Championship Game at the New England Patriots. This week, it’s the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra getting in on the act.
Musicians and friends of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra created a “Hail to the Ravens!” song that was uploaded to YouTube on Wednesday. The title of the song seems to be modeled after the Washington Redskins’ “Hail to the Redskins” fight song.
The passion of the performers is evident. They’re all wearing purple, and singer Mark McGrath is sporting an Ed Reed jersey. The song mentions numerous Ravens players by number or nickname, and it closes by predicting a “win for Baltimore!”
Ravens fans all over Baltimore, Have just a single goal: To win the Superbowl. We’ll watch them proudly, We’ll cheer them loudly, And our loyal orchestra will cheer loudest of all!
Everyone in San Francisco too Would surely sell their soul To win the Superbowl. Two teams are gonna play, One team goes all the way. Sunday night we’ll see who’s going to rise, who’s going to fall!
All of us here at the Symphony Expect to see our team bring home the victory. Here’s to Q and number 52! Ellerbe and Torrey Smith, Joe Flacco, T. Sizzle, Haloti, And Yanda!
Hail to the Ravens, hear the city roar, Go Baltimore, go Baltimore! When Ray Rice goes running with the ball, You can’t stop him at all! The team we’re rooting for Is bound to score A win for Baltimore.
Hail to the Ravens, raise your glasses high, Purple and black, We’ve got their back. Reed and Pollard will be ready to attack, Kruger will go for the sack. The team we’re rooting for Is bound to score A win for Baltimore!
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