Brain & Heart Lyrics by Melanie Martinez

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Presenting Brain & Heart Lyrics by Melanie Martinez. The song is written by Rodney Jerkins, Cory Rooney, LaShawn Daniels, Jennifer Lopez, Fred Jerkins III, Keenan (Producer) & Melanie Martinez. The song is written by. The song is produced by  Keenan (Producer). The song is released on 25 September2020.

Brain & Heart Track Info

Brain & Heart Lyrics

[Verse 1]
Help me when I’m at a loss for words
Bring up all my memories for the please in the temporal lobe
False lovin’ when I was illogical
Didn’t know they had each other’s hands as they made one whole

[Pre-Chorus]
Brainstem yells temperature
Rise now, sweating drops down my silky flesh
Buttering up my consciousness
Good, good, good now
Ability to sleep sound throughout this dark
Time’s an illusion if you just remove it

[Chorus]
When did humans start to separate
Brain and heart as if they could stay alive alone?
Flip it around the other way
If they were apart and you had no power, start, or no database
Only a shell remains
What fun is it to be so calculated
Or be taken advantage of ’cause your heart’s too trusting?
Silent expressed, push my head into my chest
Bind them up, forever wed
“Don’t drift too far”, they said

[Verse 2]
Help me when I’m too detached and cold
Give me the vitality that I need to trust love more
Blood to the water, neither can fuel us alone
Fervency in my arteries, passion bloomin’ through my bones

[Pre-Chorus 2]
Heartstrings trigger emotion streams
A God belongs, a journey where rivers connect all of me
But, but be steadfast, don’t you disappoint me
Sometimes I think you’re all I need
Lies beyond belief

[Chorus]
When did humans start to separate
Brain and heart as if they could stay alive alone?
Flip it around the other way
If they were apart and you had no power, start, or no database
Only a shell remains
What fun is it to be so calculated
Or be taken advantage of ’cause your heart’s too trusting?
Silent expressed, push my head into my chest
Bind them up, forever wed
“Don’t drift too far,” they said

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