"Would You Lay With Me" as written by and David Allan Coe....
Would you lay with me in a field of stone
If my need's were strong would you lay with me
Should my lips go dry would you wet them dear
In the midnight hour if my lips were dry

Would you go away to another land
Walk a thousand miles through the burning sand
Wipe the blood away from my dying hand
If I gave myself to you

Would you bathe me with me in the streams
When the moon is full would you bathe with me

Will you still love me when I'm down and out
In my time of trials will you stand by me

Would you go away to another land
Walk a thousand miles through the burning sand
Wipe the away blood from my dying hand
If I gave myself to you

Would you lay with me in a field of stone
If my needs were strong would you lay with me


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"Would You Lay with Me (In a Field of Stone)" as written by David Allan Coe

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    General CommentThe title is incorrect; it should read, Would You Lay with Me (in a Field of Stone). It's a most beautiful song by a brilliant artist; it deserves the correct title. It's a song about true love. And I believe he had June Carter Cash in mind whenever he sang it. Theirs was a very special union when in Hollywood and Nashville it's not easy staying together and truly staying in love.
    wholelottawomanon January 08, 2012   Link

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