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Jane Marczewski – Wishing Well lyrics

The beginning and the end are done
Your eulogy carved out on this solitary stone.
Here he lies, alone with no name and no family
His last words went out and never were heard
They dissolved into eternity

Your anger was just
You were a wishing well for us
A thousand last chances have come and past
And you’re gone now; you’re gone

I remember you like a distant dream
The moment your eyes were acquainted with mine is still resonating
We all saw you there; laid bare in your shame before all
And we tossed you our least
So our consciences were satisfied

Your anger was just
You were a wishing well for us
A thousand last chances have come and past
And you’re gone now; you’re gone

Your anger was just
You were a wishing well for us
A thousand last chances have come and past
And you’re gone now; you’re gone

Ohh, Ohh, Ohh

Where do we go from here?
Where do we go from here?
Where do we go from here?

We know your anger was just
You were a wishing well, a wishing well for us
A thousand last chances have come and they’ve past
And you’re gone now; you’re gone



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