Letting Go

It's a long, hard road
Through a rough edged land
To the softest part of a man

And it's lined with stones
Tangled with regrets
That are just too hard to forget

There's rusty signs
Overlooked on the way
To the heart of a troubled man

And you can lose yourself
In the deep, muddy ruts
Worn through by the pride of a man

But, letting go...?

In a lonesome field
There's a wild-eyed mare
Tied to the weight of a man

And she once ran free
With the wind in her hair
Breathing hard for the love of a man

He won't let her be
She won't let him rest
'Til he learns how to forgive

But, letting go...?

Forgiveness is a falling leaf
In the changing of the years
As it settles down to the cooling ground

Let it go
Let it go
Let it go