"Dryad of the woods" as written by and Pain Of Salvation Daniel Gildenloew....
Then came a girl
A dryad of the woods
With a sing over her door saying
If you enter
You must forgive me everything!
With a heart too big and brave
To let me dissapear
And still I hear
May I sleep at your feet?
And so she went over my fence
And reached out a hand
That I had to take
That I just had to take

Love
Never let me
Lose that love
Never let me
Lose that love
Never let me
Lose that love
Never

Sometimes, forgiving will
Just take you one step too far
And you find yourself on remedy lane

Sometimes forgiving is too much
Like self abuse

Sometimes forgiving leaves
Too much sear tissue behind

Even if I could one day learn
To forgive you everything
Could I learn to forgive myself?

Probably
I simply
Didn't
Understand
The full
Notion of
The world
Forgive


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"Dryad of the Woods" as written by Pain Of Salvation Daniel Gildenloew

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    General CommentSimply, one of the best instrumentals ever recorded. Obviously is about the time when Daniel met his wife Johanna
    craginsla1on July 30, 2006   Link
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    General CommentNo lyrics obviously but there is a verse/poem in the album booklet for this song:

    "Then came a girl
    A dryad of the woods
    With a sign over her door saying
    "If you enter
    You must forgive me everything!"
    With a heart too big and brave
    To let me disappear
    And still I hear
    "May I sleep at your feet?"
    And so she went over my fence
    And reached out a hand
    That I had to take
    That I just had to take"
    o210non August 22, 2006   Link
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    General CommentEverbody should listen to this song at least one time
    Bangoneon June 20, 2007   Link

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