"Lay Low" as written by and Michael Trent Robinson Cary Ann Hearst....
Well I probably should be
Drug out to sea
Where I can't hurt no one
And no one can hurt me
At least I'd be free
And probably I'd see
What caused me to be
So detached completely

Jumping a rope
Through a thick cloud of smoke
Fumbling through all
Of the letters and the notes
The ones that you wrote
Did they keep me afloat
Or just wrap 'round my throat
L like a noose on a rope
Probably both

So lay low baby
I won't be back anytime soon
If it gets too lonely
I will follow you 'round in this tune

I don't know what to do
What I'd do if I knew
But we go through our day
And get by and get through
But my heart is with you
You probably knew
Your love is like glue

So lay low baby
I won't be back anytime soon
If it gets too lonely
I will follow you 'round in this tune

Here we go
Hm, hm
Hm, hm
Hm hm hm hm hm hm hm hm hm
Hm, hm
Hm, hm
Hm hm hm

So lay low baby
Just for a little while more
If you can't keep waiting
I will find my way back to your door


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"Lay Low" as written by Michael Trent Robinson Cary Ann Hearst

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