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Jacqueline Citrin / Press

“Her name is Jacqueline Citrin. And she loves her Tide. The Daphne native and Northwestern University student has written and performed the "Go Bama Song," which one of her websites, gobamagirl.com, calls "the Alabama Fight Song to hear." According to the site, Citrin - or Go Bama Girl - has been a fan since childhood, and she wanted to dedicate "this fight song to not only the University of Alabama and its football team, but also to the most faithful, fanatical and lively fan base in all of collegiate-level athletics, period." There are references to Auburn and LSU in the song, but the chorus goes a little something like this: "Champions we'll do it again We're Bama we can't help but win Tough and we're ready to fight Here comes the Crimson Tide tonight!" With only a few days until the BCS title game against No. 1 Notre Dame, no time like now to check it out. Let us know what you think. This isn't her only song. Check out more at JacquelineCitrin.com.”

"You know it [the "Go Bama" song] is contemporary. Great lyrics, medley, and it has a delivery that would be consistent with today's generation of fans who support the Crimson Tide. And she is quite attractive as well."

“ "NU’s resident Pop Princess Jacqueline Citrin starts off with her discotheque rendition of the challenge song. Oddly enough, it sounds like a much more euphoric B-side of Swedish dance-pop star Robyn’s “Dancing On My Own” with the slowly pulsing backbeat, but I don’t think that anyone would be complaining about this comparison. Robyn’s tripartite album Body Talk was an underrepresented gem of 2010 that all electro-pop and electronic fans must check out at one point or another. Citrin’s southern voice glides sweetly over the song and there truly is nothing to complain about: The lyrics are sweet and the timid delivery is endearing to watch. Yet with the comparison to “Dancing On My Own,” where was the dancing? If you’re going to be a pop princess in this day and age, you’ve got to be dancing! Unless you’re Adele, that is. Then you can just keep doing your thing."”