Lay Low

Album: Deep South (2014)
  • I wanna drive until my cell phone
    Runs out of range and every bar is gone
    Cut through the woods another hundred miles
    And disappear for a while

    I wanna hear raindrops fallin' down on an old tin roof
    I wanna find a front porch rail and prop up my travelin' boots
    See your silhouette in that firelight
    Feel your body lyin' next to mine
    Spend a few days together alone
    And just lay low

    I wanna end up nowhere on a map
    A little cabin sittin' so far back
    Out in the country
    Just the moon and stars
    Are gonna know where we are

    I wanna hear raindrops fallin' down on an old tin roof
    I wanna find a front porch rail and prop up my travelin' boots
    See your silhouette in that firelight
    Feel your body lyin' next to mine
    Spend a few days together alone
    And just lay low

    Just lay low, slow it down (Just lay low)
    Girl, let's go and get outta town
    I wanna hear raindrops fallin' down

    I wanna hear raindrops fallin' down on an old tin roof
    I wanna find a front porch rail and prop up my travelin' boots
    See your silhouette in that firelight
    Feel your body lyin' next to mine
    Spend a few days together alone
    And just lay low

    Oh and just lay low
    Just lay low Writer/s: Mark Nesler, Ross Copperman, Tony Martin
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management, OLE MEDIA MANAGEMENT LP
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