• If I lie here
    I might die here
    I may lay here for a while

    Play it gently
    Play it once and for all time
    Like you did when you were mine
    Funny how the time flies by

    I won't leave you
    I might leave ya
    I won't leave you for a while
    You can't

    You can't treat me
    Like a crutch
    Like a Judas for our church
    Wipe the memory from the track
    Put your teeth back in your mouth

    Ah, ah, ah, ah
    Ah, ah, ah, yeah

    If I lie here
    I might die here
    I may lay here for a while Writer/s: Francis Healy
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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