Therapy in Music

Musical musings for reflection

Un-Wishing Well

on February 20, 2013

Un-Wishing Well

performed by Rajaton

I dropped a coin in a wishing well; I’d heard that’s what you do
You drop a coin in a wishing well to make your wishes come true.
It must have been a real wishing well… what I wished for, I got.
I wished for love in that wishing well, and now I wish I had not
Where’s and un-wishing well? I have to break the spell!
Never again will I ever spend a penny on any well.
There has to be an un-wishing well, a magic to undo,
all the trouble I wished myself, the day that I wished for you.
And, oh the trouble I wished myself, not every wish should come true.
There has to be an un-wishing well, there really has to be.
All foolish wished could be dispelled and foolish lovers be free.
Free of the spell of some wishing well and free to love anew…
Free to be careful of wishing wells… not every wish should come true.
Where’s that un-wishing well?
I need to break this spell of pain and heartache
and the mistake of falling in love too well.
There has to be an un-wishing well, a magic to undo,
all the trouble I wished myself, the day that I wished for you.
And, oh the trouble I wished myself, not every wish should come true.
Show me the way, and I’ll gladly pay
to un-wish unwise wishes far away.
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