Stay With Me (By The Sea)

Album: Lay It Down (2008)
  • [Chorus]
    La, la, la,
    La, la, la
    La, la, la
    Stay with me
    La, la, la
    La, la, la
    La, la, la
    Stay with me

    Stay with me, my dear
    Walk with me, oh be near
    It's not as late as it seems, no no
    So why'd you take your love away from me

    [Chorus]

    In the morning light, orange shades of white
    Your the only one to try,
    So what's the meaning of saying goodbye

    [Chorus]

    Hold my hand, my dear
    Treat me like your my ever loving woman
    Am I the only one you see
    So why'd you take your love away from me

    [Chorus:Repeat x2] Writer/s: RAE CORINNE JACQUELINE BAILEY, CHALMERS E ALFORD, ADAM BLACKSTONE, AL GREEN, JAMES JASON POYSER, AHMIR THOMPSON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, Global Talent Publishing, SPIRIT /GLOBAL TALENT MUSIC, JELLYBEAN MUSIC GROUP
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