"The Wishing Well Pt. 4: Two Roads" as written by and Nicholas John Barrett....
Two roads entwined and never ending
Two souls, upon each other are depending
And in my mind, my heart
And in my heart new words

Nude flesh, glowing in the halflights
New words, that only they can understand
The mortal man may know
You never let those feelings show

This is the difference in the sun and the moon
So wrong, you don't know anything
This is the difference in the positive and negative
So right, but do you really want to fight?
Shear! Like a waterfall

Two roads
Long and never ending
Two souls
Upon each other are depending
Two roads
And down that long path they go
And in my mind, my heart
And in my heart, new words
Her thoughts, floating like an iceberg
It's such a lot to call unpractical mandate
Keep it safe for your journey home

Two roads
Long and never ending
Two souls
Upon each other are depending
Two roads
And I took the one less travelled
Two roads
But you were always in the east and in the west

Two roads
Shear like the raindrops on my tongue
Maybe the twain someday shall meet


Lyrics submitted by Octavarium64

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