Other Arms

Album: The Principle Of Moments (1983)
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  • Lay down your arms
    Oh, now baby let me sleep at night
    Lay down your arms Baby, oh,
    I'll make everything all right Words you been using
    Hurtin' me so Some day your gonna regret
    Way friends are talkin' I guess you never know [This battle aching in there??]
    [It's better late than when yet?]
    Lay down your arms baby, oh, oh
    When the deal is done Lay down your arms child Good [Used?] to be your only one
    That thing your using, Is hurtin' me bad
    What do you hope to achieve
    Fussin' and fightin' Is leaving me sad
    That's not the way it should be
    So if I find a love Oh, if I find a way
    Oh, we'll find a dream
    Oh, if I find a way You know, that I will, yes you know.
    Lay down your arms, Oh, please release me let me go
    Lay down arms, baby, Now, surrender to me don't you know [girl?]
    If I find a love, Oh, oh, if I find a way,
    Oh, oh, if I find a dream, Oh, oh, if I find a way
    You know that I, you know that I You know I will, but you know
    Oh, she's gone, she's gone I'm not a prisoner I'm the big parade
    She's gone, gone, gone man, gone I'm not a prisoner I'm the big parade
    She's gone, she's gone I'm not a prisoner I'm the big parade
    She's gone, she's gone Not I'm not, no I'm not
    Oh, oh my baby's gone
    Lay down your arms
    I don't know where I'm gonna find her
    ''cause my baby's gone
    Lay down your arms
    Is she here, is she there, is she here, yes I know
    Oh, I gotta find her
    Oh, is she here, is she there, I really want to know
    I want to find my babe.
    Lay down your arms,
    Mmm, your arms child,
    Oh, just lay down your arms. Writer/s: ROBERT BLUNT, ROBERT PLANT
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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