That's Red Oak, I Said
Spring Hope and Middlesex, Coopers and Bailey:
We could cross swords with and bring to earth daily.
And Whitakers, Nashville, and Benvenue:
We were much more than a match for them, too.
For we were from Red Oak, that's Red Oak, I said,
Where proudly we sported the white and the red.
We had a spirit that few even try for;
Ours were the colors that others would die for;
For we are from Red Oak, that's Red Oak, I said,
And we will be proud of it till we are dead.