"Two Hearts Breaking" as written by and Jewel Kilcher....
You're the ship, I'm the wreck
You're the bomb, I'm a tick
You're the pause before the fall
I'm a crash that follows it all

We are one, we are whole
We are one whole dying soul
We're the crash, the burn,
The dream that turns from ecstasy to aching,
We-e-e-e-e are the sound of two hearts breaking

You're the blink, I'm the eye
You're the shiver, I'm the knife
You're the crutch, I'm the break
You're the emptiness I make

We are one, we are whole
We are one whole dying soul
We're the crash, the burn,
The dream that turns from ecstasy to aching,
We-e-e-e-e are the sound of two hearts breaking

And drying big tears from crying all these years
And I know this is your nightmare come true
I never wanted this for you
But I'm the teeth, you're the heart
Together we're the start of the inhale and a scream
You're the not waking,
I'm the not dreaming

We are

We are one, we are whole
We are one whole dying soul
We're the crash, the burn,
The dream that turns from ecstasy to aching,
We-e-e-e-e are the sound of
We-e-e-e-e are the sound of two hearts breaking


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"Two Hearts Breaking" as written by Jewel Kilcher

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    My InterpretationJewel is an amazing artist. To me, this song sounds like it refers to the idea of twin souls. There are two people in relationship who experience duality and are in the process of reaching ascension (of consciousness). This relationship may be in the early stages of growth as the twins experience conflict. It sounds like one person in the twin soul relationship is harmful to the other. In order to become one, they must overcome their differences and learn to love unconditionally.
    CC2013on June 30, 2013   Link

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