The mind can wait
it's the heart who is impatient
to wrap you up in its arms
my body calm, grounded to the earth
and yet my soul aches to get out

there's churning seas and longitude between us
if one smile on your face becomes lost
I may not have but dust in my pocket
but in you I've got a lot

Now there's a line on your face
for every road you've travelled
and the women you've met along the way
and for each one of mine
a shining star above me
for the road that brought me close to you today

Now it's like sticks and stones
if I lost you
one thousand cracks for my spine that I'm stepping on
to keep you closer than a vessel keeps a wayward crew
and I'm floating out past the amazon

So if your heart grows cold
and your eyes begin to wander to another field
whose grasses seem more green
oh think of how my heart
like a bird without a song will fall quite low
And never be swayed to sing
fall quite low


Lyrics submitted by veronica_rose

Cerebellum song meanings
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