"Wolf's Law" as written by Rhiannon Bryan and Rhydian Davies....
Tell me the way you've been (so long)
I want to go along and pretend that it's dawn
That's the start not the close
I'm your friend not your post
We're under Wolf's Law

Another new scene that flies
Another empty picture for this collage of mine
Want to pull it back
And pretend that it's dark
That we made it here unharmed
I'm your friend not your guard
And we're under Wolf's Law

I'll take the gambling way
Let's send it spiraling
Just to visit that box
Don't wait, let's go, go, go

Don't wait, let's go, go, go

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"Wolf's Law" as written by Rhydian Davies Rhiannon Bryan

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    Song MeaningThe song (and album) title really says it all. It's based on a medical theory called Wolff's Law, which states that a bone will strengthen over time to adapt to the stress/weight/pressure put on it. Applied to a relationship, the song is about the strengthening of love between two people that comes from the struggles between them as they face challenges in their relationship together.

    The singer "wants to go along and pretend that it's dawn," suggesting a longing for things to be easier. In the end, however, she opts for "the gambling way," which may not be easier but will make what the two lovers have stronger. She can't ignore the bad things they've gone through, the way she's been hurt (the "empty pictures" for her collage), but she wants them to move forward and knows they'll be better for the pain they've experienced together.
    Barabbas_318on September 03, 2013   Link
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    General CommentYa...you're under Wolffee's Law...
    (our laws of opposites attracting / and the time we have left to share)
    powdersnowboyon January 19, 2013   Link
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    General CommentI’m your friend not your guard
    And we’re under Wolf’s Law ...
    powdersnowboyon January 19, 2013   Link

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