"Lay It on the Line" as written by Charlie Daniels, William J. Digregorio, Bruce Ray Brown, Charles Fred Hayward and John Louis Gavin....
I hate to say it, you were wrong
I saw you coming from the start
She made you think she was the one
I always knew she'd break your heart

So she was out with your boy, Dom
On the floor in a slow grind
You're asking me just what to do, boy
I say you should lay it on the line

Now remember Jenny from back in school?
She said she'd meet you at the pond, boy
Your first love, her first fool
Somehow I knew she'd lead you on, yeah

It hurts my heart to see your pain
Looking in from the outside
And now you're doing it all again, yeah
Wake up boy and lay it on the line

We've been friend for so long
I'm here for you whenever you call
But now it's time for you to speak your mind

Ooh baby, it's been so hard
Holding back everything inside
To be honest I've been a little scared
Of losing you, I can't lie

Now I got to let you know
I've been feeling you all this time
And now I'm ready to take a chance
I'm gonna lay it on the line

We've been friends for so long
I'm here for you whenever you call
But now it's time for you to speak your mind

Ooh, ooh, baby let me know
If you've been feeling me all this time
Are you ready to take a chance, boy?
Come on and lay it on the line

Said, are you ready for love?
I'm gonna lay it on the line, baby
Are you ready for real, real love?
Come on and lay it on the line

Are you feeling me like I've been feeling you, boy?
Come on and lay it, come on and lay it
You've got to lay it on the line, baby
Come on and lay it, come on and lay it on the line


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"Lay It on the Line" as written by William J. Digregorio Charlie Daniels

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