Just like that, she follows me
My wings under her tree
She says one thing and that's just enough
It doesn't matter how much

Would I forget?
Lay myself down
Just to regret
And that's all
Would I forget?

I'll go with her
I'll never know how far, how long
She keeps a diamond inside her door
She doesn't have a clue

Would I forget?
Lay myself down
Just to regret
And that's all

Would I forget?
Lay myself down
Just to regret
And that's all

And that's all
And that's all


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Lay Myself Down Lyrics as written by Hope Sandoval David Roback

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    Lyric Correction

    "i'll never know how far, how long she keeps her diamond inside her door she don't have a clue"

    Havenspearon November 13, 2011   Link
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    Lyric Correction

    "I'll go with her I'll never know how far, how long"

    AND

    "She doesn't have a clue"

    AND the last chorus

    Would I forget Laying myself down Just to regret it And that's all"

    sebrazon April 13, 2012   Link

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