"Lay Your Burden Down" as written by and Warren Haynes Michael Barbiero....
It's heavy, lay your burden down
It's heavy, lay your burden down

Brother can't you see stars in the night
Brother can't you see stars in the night
There's a road up yonder far beyond the light

Take a ride this morning on a slow train through the sky
Take a ride this morning on a slow train through the sky
My life is just a fast train, gone in the blink of an eye

It's heavy, lay your burden down
It's heavy, lay your burden down

Felt the hand last Sunday when the stars refuse to shine
Felt the hand last Sunday when the stars refuse to shine
I'm just a young man, I don't feel like dying

It's heavy, lay your burden down
It's heavy, lay your burden down

Can't you hear the angels screaming or is it all in my head
Can't you hear the angels screaming or is it all in my head
Looking out my window and the sky is blood red
The sky is blood red

You got to lay your burden down


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"Lay Your Burden Down" as written by Warren Haynes Michael Barbiero

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