I know you’ve been looking for it everywhere, and here I’ve found it for you: Lyrics and an audio clip of Prince’s newest “song.”
That’s right. The pop megastar, a Twin Cities native who has attended a few Vikings games this season, has recorded a song called “Purple and Gold.” Among other places, it can be found here on the Web site of FOX9.
A sample passage:
we come in the name of the purple and gold
all of the odds r in r favor
no prediction 2 bold
we r the truth if the truth can b told
long reign the purple and gold
OK, then. Back to our regularly scheduled programming:
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