"Fly, Golden Arrow, Pt. 2" as written by Daniel Kevin Crannitch, Joel Thomas Crannitch, Mark Peter Harding and Daniel Robert Pash....
I rolled into Newtown
My thoughts black and blue now
I held your confession
A bruise coloured lesson of life

Cause you knew my fate
And do you remember
How your old life seems shallow

You don't have to wait
No, fly, golden arrow
You don't have to wait
No, fly, golden arrow

It may be tomorrow
It may be today

A love killed so sweetly
Has left us completely alone
And birds of a feather
We've had to sever desire

Cause your heart's an arrow
Up to many times death comes
It shook me to my marrow

You don't have to wait
No, fly, golden arrow
You don't have to wait
No, fly, golden arrow

It may be tomorrow
It may be today
The scars caused in battle
Will heal on display

And oh

So fly golden arrow
Forever is gone
May your love win battles
And my golden arrow

Just go where you know
Where everything's gone
May your love win battles
And my golden arrow

Oh


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