If you place your bets, I’ll raise you mine. You want to check your path, but it’s all wavy lines. You can see what’s standing in your way. It’s born of madness, it’s born of rage, and it’s a patent leather suitcase full of sorrow. You’re carrying that burden all alone, but you don’t have to be so all alone. If you strain your eyes and change what you discern you can bury that suitcase in your lawn. You can always lean on me. Just sit back and lean on me. You’re injured by the simple things. Every time the weather changes hurts you like it’s personal. But here’s a place you can call your home. And I’ll carry all your secrets in my arms. Just sit back and lean on me. Try not to let the darkness bring you down. Not all desire relies on sunshine. If you want to dump that load of misery, my hand is a walk in cloud. Just sit back and lean on me. And if you jump in the sea to escape the fore, I’ll be waiting right here. If you break all the wings of your desire, I’ll be waiting right here. You can always lean on me. Just sit back and lean on me.