Your eyes hold my eyes like hands, ten fingers on a train bound for bus stop, where we kiss goodbye, you go your separate way, and I go insane. A new life came upon us, with a rumble in my throat. I started running for the breakers, it was clear we'd missed the boat, and you said, "Baby, check the water, lest we sink before we swim," but I have a foolish heart, and I dove right in. On A Swiftly Tilting Planet, I was brandishing my roots. Summer comes for everyone, but this one had me shaking in my boots. And if anyone had shown up, we would have stopped to fill them in, but you know me so well, so it was nothing but our brains. I was shaking off the DT's, you were getting way too thin, but I have a foolish heart, and I dove right in. So I could blame Elizabeth for the thinly dotted line. I could blame your body, cuz it fit just perfect, next to mine. Or, I might just be thankful for what little time we'd spent. These perfect moments come so rare, I hope that we can do it all, again. If our love had a heartbeat, she would be in second grade. I swore I'd never open up that recipe, again, but then my baby took her coat off, and I gave myself to sin, cuz I have a foolish heart, and I dive right in. Yeah, I have a foolish heart, and I'd jump, again.