Let Me Down Easy

Album: Enjoy Yourself (2010)
Charted: 46
  • There's a little moonlight dancing on the sand
    There's a warm breeze blowing by the ocean as you're taking my hand
    You need to know where I'm standing now
    That I'm right on the edge of giving into ya
    Baby it's a long way down

    If I fall, can you let me down easy?
    If I leave my heart with you tonight
    Will you promise me that you're gonna treat it right?
    I'm barely hangin' on
    If I fall, can you let me down easy?

    The scent of your perfume floatin' in the air
    You're looking like an angel lying on a blanket with a halo of hair
    And those lips look too good to be true
    Once I taste that kiss, I know what'll happen
    I'll be at the mercy of you

    If I fall, can you let me down easy?
    If I leave my heart with you tonight
    Will you promise me that you're gonna treat it right?
    I'm barely hangin' on
    If I fall, can you let me down easy?

    If I fall, can you let me down easy?
    If I leave my heart with you tonight
    Will you promise me that you're gonna treat it right?
    I'm barely hangin' on
    If I fall, can you let me down easy?

    If I fall, can you let me down easy
    Let me down easy baby Writer/s: Jennifer Hanson, Mark Nesler, Martin Dodson
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Walt Disney Music Company, Songtrust Ave, Universal Music Publishing Group, OLE MEDIA MANAGEMENT LP
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Staley from Dallas, TxThis kind of slow, soulful song really highlights Billy Currington's sexy voice. Next best are mid-tempo, humorous songs (like "Good Directions"). Then more pounding rock-ish songs. He's sexy whatever he's singing, though, even if he does have Crazy Eyes.
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