Power's Out

Album: Killer Love (2011)
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  • Now lay, now lay, lay, lay
    Now lay, (oh oh oh),
    Now lay
    Lay, lay, lay

    I got a shoulder built for you
    Just in case you need it to lean on
    These hands I have are for you
    Just in case you need help to hold on

    The world is just a super sized merry go around
    Sometimes your finger loose their grip, we all fall down

    Don't sit there in the dark
    Don't worry your heart
    Everything will be fine
    If trees fall on your power line

    If your wills turn strong
    You will always have a home
    If your power's out
    If the light turn dark
    You can stay here in my heart
    If your power's out

    My food is yours
    Take all you want
    My bed is yours
    Sleep all you want Writer/s: CHRISTOPHER A. STEWART, THADDIS LAPHONIA HARRELL, TERIUS YOUNGDELL NASH
    Publisher: Peermusic Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
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