He knew that she could cast White Magic, but to what extent? This place had the habit of clamping down on one's powers. He didn't know how much she could heal his arm, if she wanted to.
Out in the hall? He flushed a little at that, he hadn't realized that they were standing in the open, where the public could see them holding onto one another like two lost lovebirds. "Right."
Nose bumped into his and it sent shivers through his spine. How he missed her so... her voice, her song, her touch, her concern and worry, her smile... he could go and on with this list, but he let himself be led inside as the door shut behind them. He mentally kicked himself for letting his emotions get the better of him like that, since Jade's death, there had been attacks on the residents - including him - that made him paranoid to even think about trusting people right off the bat. First Jade's death, then his attack, then the robot was found dead... all within a mere week. He was going to have to protect her with all his power now, keep by her side as much as he could. Now that he knew that she was still around, he vowed that keep her safe, as long as the place let him.
Right arm rested at his side now, not bothered by the sling there, he had gotten used to it by now. Broken bone had been set, but it was taking time to heal.
His eyes never left her though, watching her move about.
That song she had been humming... the song that always led him back to her. Found her when she had gone missing throughout their journey together. It was her song; their song. He knew that she hummed it whenever she felt lonely, which brought him to her now. He didn't want her to feel alone in this place, like he had for a while. He had his friends: Vash, Manic and Shuro still, nothing compared his love for the woman standing near him now.
"You were humming our song," he said softly. Smiling despite his wound.