There's a road between our lands where we can always go
To walk together peacefully and say things from our soul
It's not too hot, it's not too cold, it's not too left or right
Let's stay a pair on this road we share and never, never fight.
ROYAL OAK is presumably named for a tree at Boscobel, Shropshire, England, in which King Charles II hid during the Battle of Worcester, 1651. A folk song that may well be older than the seventeenth century, ROYAL OAK was associated in the 1600s with the loyalist song "The Twenty-Ninth of May," a son…