Love me then leave me,
Don’t leave me in love.
And I really need you to stay,
For a while,
Just for a while.

Brown eyed baby,
I’m half crazy, over you.
And I don’t know what it that I should do.
Tell you heart then someone else.
And maybe please tell me.
And if you got it let me know.
And then maybe you and I could be.
Oh,

Love me then leave me,
Don’t leave me in love.
And I really need you to stay,
I see the future,
It could be you.
And if you love me then,
Please stay true.

We’re walking in the sand,
And you are holding my hand.
Your eyes are sparkling like the sea.
And I just see you and me.

Love me then leave me,
Don’t leave me in love.
And I really need you to stay,
For a while.


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    General Commentseriously, no comments??

    I love this song-this might be my favorite song by her. I love the tone of her voice...it reminds me of Sarah McLachlan...just a raspier sound but it works!! i love it. It's about
    fhcxc2010on January 11, 2009   Link
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    General Commenthaving your heart broken-whoops, my bad.
    and trying to pick up the pieces...and you realize that everything is falling apart...but you still want that person. If they're really going to leave then at least don't leave with having someone in love with you...because, its one of the most difficult things. It's about being broken after a relationship ends...
    fhcxc2010on January 11, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI agree with the person above me. oh, and this is my favorite song by her. :)
    It's soothing, and easily relate-able.
    uh0hmandyon April 14, 2009   Link
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    General CommentThis song is my favorite Laura Marling song.
    I saw her at Splendor in the Grass and she was amazing.
    This song reminds me of two of my friends who have recently broken up, although they still love each other.
    It brings me to tears.
    :(
    music2010on February 04, 2010   Link

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