Wish Them Well This was one of the first tracks to jump out at me in my initial listens simply because the melody is so prominent. It’s impossible for this one to go by unnoticed. You can’t not hear the high pitched “Wish them well”’s in the background. Unfortunately, it also quickly wore thin. I wasn’t quite sure where I was going to land on this one but after reading the comments I am inclined to agree with those who say it is a weaker track. The solo section doesn’t bring anything to the table that could redeem the rest, for me. There are a few things to like, however. I like the lyrics. The “turn around and walk away” advice is something we tell kids to do all the time. I think adults need to do more of this. How much time have I wasted on people when I should have just moved on? From an adult’s perspective, I think we trivialize the kids’ personal relationships and take ours too seriously. Anyway, the lyrics made me think about some things and so I give them points for that. I also like the verse melodies. Thanks to JulesRules for the Carve Away the Stone mention. I totally hear that. I’m pretty sad that we are at the end of the road....one more studio track to go.....Did this really start in January???