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Dean Madonia: Music

Let It Heal

(Dean Madonia)
March 22, 2006
Words And Music Dean Madonia
What are you going through? What baggage do you carry? Nothing grows in poisoned soil. Work it out or you will be pulling and shaking those chains through life like Jacob Marley's ghost from Dicken's "A Christmas Carol."

Let It Heal

You don’t know what you want
And you don’t know where you’re going
If you hear nothing else that I say
Take a look at what you’re throwing

Deep inside of you, hold a candle to
The darkness of the real
All your motions mean friction and routine
If you no longer feel

Let it heal
Let it heal

Listen for the clarion
Outside of the emotion
Dig up what you’re burying
And wash it in the ocean

Deep inside of you, hold a candle to
The darkness of the real
All your motions mean friction and routine
If you no longer feel

â–³ Let it heal
Let it heal

Together or apart we can only grow alone
But I’ll be there beside you when you look under that stone
I don’t claim to be a healer, I’m not looking for a flaw
But I see you’ve been hurting won’t you tell me what you saw

Deep inside of you, hold a candle to
The darkness of the real
All your motions mean friction and routine
If you no longer feel

Let it heal
Let it heal