You take the east, I'll take the west
If we meet up in the middle then we know
You start sinking, better grab an oar and row

Can't draw a map with honey
Not a lesson, that's just good advice
Hard explaining how it happened twice
It happened thrice

If you're talking you'd better be walking
And please take the path that you know
You start thinking, making up the lines as you go
As you go

You take the east, and I'll take the west
If we meet up in the middle then we know
You start sinking, better grab an oar and row


Can't draw a map with honey
Not a lesson, that's just good advice
Hard explaining how it happened twice
It happened thrice

If you're talking you'd better be walking
And please take the path that you know (that you know, that you know)
You start thinking, making up the lines as you go
As you go


You take the east, I'll take the west
If we meet up in the middle then we know
You start sinking, better grab an oar and row


Lyrics submitted by tmtmidget, edited by jleblanc

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    General CommentAre we sure about the "honey" line? If so, I guess I don't understand the metaphor. How would that happen even once, let alone thrice?! Who would someone try to draw a map with honey? Can someone explain? At first I heard "money" but that doesn't make sense to me either.
    underthemoochon April 24, 2009   Link

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