Lay your head against the bed,
And feel the love flow through your veins.
And if you're scared just close your eyes and see through mine.
(You'll see through mine)

You are the light at the end of the tunnel.
It won't be long until the sun starts to settle.
And I'll be waiting for the owls to bury into the oak trees
Like you do to me before we both fall asleep.

Lay your head against the bed,
While I sing to you as you fall asleep.
And when you dream, just dream of me and that we'll never leave.
(And know that's not a dream)

You are the light at the end of the tunnel.
It won't be long until the sun starts to settle.
And I'll be waiting for the owls to bury into the oak trees
Like you do to me before we both fall asleep.

You know I breathe softly when I'm thinking of you
And when I'm sleeping, I breathe so softly.

Lay your head against the bed,
While I tell you how we fell so quickly in love.
We fell so quick.
Lay your head against the bed,
And whisper you know we'll be like this forever.
Lay your head against the bed,
My voice will hold you tighter than ever before.
Lay your head against the bed,
And feel the love flow through your veins.
And if you're scared just close your eyes and see through mine.
Lay your head against my chest,
And know that this is what you do to me.


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Sleep song meanings
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    General CommentThis is about the thoughts that come to mind when you lay in bed and cannot think of anything but the person you love. And although sometimes there are doubts, love always pulls through; it's the light at the end of the tunnel.
    remembermaineon December 03, 2008   Link

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