"Right Hand On My Heart" as written by and Parker Gispert Julian Dorio....
All the fallen leaves will find their branches again
Raindrops from the heavens, I'll eventually swim
A river, an ocean, a wave in my heart
We got your money now we'll make a new start

All the fallen leaves will find their branches again
Raindrops in the heavens I'll eventually swim
River, an ocean, a wave in my heart
We got your money now we'll make a new start

In another week, promise?
In another year, I promise?

Put your right hand on my heart
Heart

All the fallen leaves will find their branches again
The raindrops in the heavens, I'll eventually swim
Don't bypass the train-tracks that lead to my heart
We got your money now we'll make a new start

All the fallen leaves will find their branches again
Raindrops in the heavens ,I'll eventually swim
River, an ocean, a wave in my heart
We got your money now we'll make a new start, alright

In another week, promise?
In another year, promise?
Put your right hand on my heart
Heart
Your right hand on my heart
Your right hand on my heart
Feel the promise of my beating heart

All the fallen leaves will find their branches again
Raindrops in the heavens, I'll eventually swim
River, an ocean, a wave in my heart
We got your money now we'll make a new start


Lyrics submitted by tigertour02

"Right Hand on My Heart" as written by Parker Gispert Julian Dorio

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    General CommentI interpreted it in a much more negative light; it seems this song is about an alcoholic or junkie promising they'll stop taking the drinks or drugs but never coming through. The imagery of water makes me think this is referring to alcoholism. He says all these things in a moment of desperation that he'll be better soon ("all the fallen leaves will find their branches again") but never commits to a time when he'll actually become sober ("in another week, promise? In another year, I promise?"). The junkie/alcoholic is actually attempting to fool his loved ones who are begging him to change his ways but in the end he needs to make the promise to become sober himself. In this song he's saying "put YOUR right hand on my heart" instead of his own which means he will not stick to the promise to become sober.
    grotheskon September 17, 2009   Link
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    General CommentThese lyrics were emailed to me from Parker Gispert! This songs ROCKS!
    tigertour02on February 09, 2008   Link
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    General Commentlove the bass
    FRYEGUYon April 05, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI love this song.=P
    yalferson April 26, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI love how simple the music is.
    caseyjones003on July 09, 2008   Link
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    General CommentWhy aren't these guys huge? They're so good!
    But, I think this song is just about everything returning back to where/how they were before.
    vanillawaferon September 02, 2008   Link
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    General CommentLove this song, I keep playing it over and over. I love the energy behind "right hand on my HEART." It seems like an address to someone, that maybe things aren't exactly perfect, but his intentions are true. Maybe they're not in love yet but it'll definitely happen. The fallen leaves and raindrops from heaven set the tone of "don't worry, there's an eventuality to things," and the chorus applies that to the relationship.

    In another week, promise?
    In another year, I promise.
    Put your right hand on my heart.
    suchprettywordson December 09, 2008   Link

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