Olympic Theme Songs
The Olympic Hymn (Greek: Ολυμπιακός Ύμνος, Olympiakós Ýmnos), also known informally as the Olympic Anthem, is a choral cantata by opera composer Spyridon Samaras, with lyrics by Greek poet Kostis Palamas. Both poet and composer were the choice of the Greek Demetrius Vikelas, who was the first President of the International Olympic Committee.
Reach Out is a 1984 song by Giorgio Moroder, which was the soundtrack of the 1984 Summer Olympics and sung by Paul Engemann. It was later included on Moroder's 1985 album Innovisions.
The song is an encouragement for the athletes to win.