Would you please help me get to the bottom of the meaing of quite a vague phrase "And still for all our talk"? Again, it is a part of G. Hansard´s song Bird of Sorrow. Thank you.
Come on, we gotta get out, get out of this mess we made
And still, for all our talk, we're both so afraid.
Will we leave this up to chance like we do everything?
Hopefully the phrase is less confusing with the comma I inserted after "still". It could be rewritten "For all (of) our talk, we (are) both still so afraid."
"For all our talk" implies that "we" often talk as if we are not afraid, but in spite of all that, we still are afraid. In this case, "for" means "despite".