Room to Roam

Room to Roam
by George MacDonald

From Phantastes (1858)

You go yours today
and I'll go mine today
the many ways we wend
Many days
and many ways
ending in one end

Many a wrong
and its curing song
Many a road
and many an inn
Room to roam
but only one home
for all the world to win

You go yours
and I'll go mine
and the many many ways we'll wend
Many days
and many ways
ending in one end

I believe the text above is the lyrics of a song based on the poem, not the poem itself, based on a print copy of Phantastes, or the Gutenberg text Phantastes, Chapter_XXII:

Thou goest thine, and I go mine—
Many ways we wend;
Many days, and many ways,
Ending in one end.

Many a wrong, and its curing song;
Many a road, and many an inn;
Room to roam, but only one home
For all the world to win.