"Lay It Down" as written by and Stephen Pearcy Juan Croucier....
You gave me something that I didn't expect
You showed your hand and now it's time to get wrecked
The sidewalk cracks your head so gently
Lay it down to rest
You gave me something that I couldn't believe
The words that came so honestly
There's blood on your lips and you still can't see
The ambulance shines so beautifully

lay it down
I'll say goodbye in the morning
Lay it down
And you'll be sorry that you spoke
It's too hard to be true
Too late for raising hopes

he showed you something that you never needed
He just wanted you to see him bleeding
Turn your eyes from such a sight
Never look again
You're back in town at such an early hour
You see his wife behind the counter
Listen as she lets you know
Swallow as she chokes

and the colors look so beauiful
As you stare up from the ground
You hear the feet of the passerby
And vomit from the sound

I take a look at what you instigated
A couple thousand miles later
My seat back's up
I'm coming down
I lay it all to rest

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"Lay It Down" as written by Robbin Crosby Juan Croucier


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