"Who Built The Road" as written by James Gerard Mcculloch and Isobel Karen Campbell....
Who built the road that led to my self esteem
Twisted and crushed black metal and bones
Who passed the buck who pressed my flesh to yours
Spilling like wine and sweeter than tears

Oh I hope we more than survive
With trembling visions that terrify
So who built the road, who turned it all around
Pick though the wreck scramble in the dust

Who built the road, who was the foolish one
Step at a time two hearts in the fire
Who lit the touch, who fanned the flames
With sparks in the dust, spent rivers of desire

Oh why don't we learn from mistakes
We stumble along with so many more to make
So who built the road, who could foresee
That the answers we sought were many miles to go

We were so lonely at times
Fading away, sitting side by side
And we built the road, we were the chain gang
The cross that I bore the devil at my side
Dark angel within the everlasting fire


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"Who Built the Road" as written by James Gerard Mcculloch Isobel Karen Campbell

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