"Hearts" lyrics - THE WAR AND TREATY

THE WAR AND TREATY
"Hearts"

On this road I've learned it doesn't make sense without you, without you
And I would rather be a passenger on a moving train if it meant I'd be next to you
By the skin of my teeth and the hairs on my head
I'd be lost if I didn't have you
Just a ball of confusion, a life left in void, that's what I'd be without you

[Chorus:]
Because right would be wrong
If we spent time alone
Separate in the dark, with the light still left on
It wouldn't do much to try to keep our love apart
'Cause we'd find each others' hearts
We'd find each others' hearts

In this life, I have learned it don't mean a thing without you, without you
And I would rather be a cripple using you as my cane
If it meant that I could lean on you

[Chorus:]
Because right would be wrong
If we spent time alone
Separate in the dark, with the light still left on
It wouldn't do much to try to keep our love apart
'Cause we'd find each others' hearts
We'd find each others' hearts

[Outro:]
Gimme a sign that I'm doing things right
Darling, stand in the rain and watch me shine
We've got a reason to keep our love growing strong
Everything between us helps us move along
'Cause we'd find each others' hearts
We'd find each others' hearts