I left you sleeping on the ground
Maybe someone found you there tucked in, outside down
But when you awake
I will be long gone
cause these legs of mine aren't the kind that know
how to stick around

You wandered through the wilderness
Hoping that you'd come across a love you sorely missed
But when said and done
your strength will finally run out on you
Darlin, I'm afraid its true
This is a lonely lover's tune

This won't hold
It works both ways I'm told
This won't hold
It works both ways I'm told
Things will unravel and unfold
And it works both ways I'm told
It works both ways I'm told
It works... both ways... I'm told

Tangled up in Laurelwood
We tore our coats and pulled the fine down until we could
Stumble into the streets
where loose lipped lovers meet
And you swore you'd tie yourself down
if I'd stick around


Lyrics submitted by rocknrollgirl47

Laurelwood song meanings
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    General Comment"Things will unravel and unfold and it works both ways I'm told" = Whether he stays with her or leaves there will be some heartache when they have to face the facts that he just won't be tied down.
    rocknrollgirl47on August 04, 2011   Link

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