Baby, Let's Lay Down and Dance

Album: Gunslinger (2016)
  • I get this feeling that I can't explain
    Every time I see your face or hear your name
    I just go crazy, thinking, maybe this may be my chance
    What would you say to me if I said "Baby, let's lay down and dance"

    I got to tell you, girl, you drive me wild
    Every time I see you dance and see that smile
    My world gets hazy and I'm moving like I'm in a trance
    Whoa, I know it's crazy, but baby, let's lay down and dance

    When it comes to love my heart is black and it's blue
    Swore I was through with romance
    But, girl, you're something and I'm counting on you
    You're my brand new second chance

    My friends all tell me that I'm not your kind
    They say I better pray your love is blind
    You got to save me, I'm a victim of your circumstance
    Whoa, I know it's crazy, but, baby, let's lay down and dance

    When it comes to love my heart is black and it's blue
    Thought I was through with romance
    But, girl, you're something and I've nothing to lose
    You're my brand new second chance

    I gots to tell you, girl, you drive me wild
    I've never known no one with quite your style
    I'm going crazy, thinking, baby, this may be my chance
    What would you say to me if I said "Baby, let's lay down and dance"
    Girl, I know it's crazy, but, baby, let's lay down and danceWriter/s: Kent Blazy, Steve Dorff, Victoria Shaw, Kim Williams, Garth Brooks
    Publisher: DO WRITE MUSIC LLC, ME GUSTA MUSIC, STEVE DORFF
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