"Lay You Down" as written by Gerald Edward Levert and Edwin Lamar Nicholas....
You know sometimes in the heat of the moment
You say some things that you really don't mean
Last night I've said some things that I know cut like a knife
You try to cut me back, I just want all of this to stop
I wanna kiss and make up

Sugar, I want you to know that
I didn't mean a thing that I said last night
And baby, deep inside I know
You didn't mean those things you said about me last night

So let stuff of the past be the past
Don't go to sleep being mad
On the couch, on the floor, take my hand
Let's be lovers, not fighters no more

If I lay you down, would that make it alright
Make it alright, make it alright?
If I lay you down, would we still be friends?
Make it alright

Sugar, sugar, sugar, sugar
The best thing about bein' in love
Is the kissin' and makin' love, yeah, yeah

So let 'em drop to the floor
You know where I'm about to go
And if you feel the urge
Then, baby, you can go first

So let the past be the past
Don't go to sleep being in mad
On the couch, on the floor, take my hand
Let's be lovers, not fighters no more

If I lay you down, will that make it alright
Make it alright, make it alright?
If I lay you down, can we still be friends?
Make it alright

If I lay you down, will that make it alright
Make it alright, make it alright?
If I lay you down, can we still be friends?
Make it alright

I wanna lay you down
I wanna lay you down
I wanna lay you down


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"Lay You Down" as written by Gerald Levert Tony Nicholas

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