Lay Down

Album: Hello Master (2006)
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  • This song is about someone dying. A mourner is graveside trying to make the dead person "lay down" in their coffin and come to grips with what has happened.
  • "Lay Down" is a playable master track for the video game Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Martin - Detroit, MI

Comments: 4

  • Torque from Camden, NjIts the only Priestess song I know and it Kicks ass
  • Josh from Shelby, NcI found this song on GH3 and since then i cant put Hello Master down. Keep it comin'
  • Scott from Jacksonvill, FlI do Say that this Song those have riffs that i would Expect Guns N' Roses or Black Sabbath to have. This Band is one of the greatest band to hit the 21st Centur. Let's See How there 2nd album goes
  • James from Greensburg, KsI love this song. My favorite on GH3
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