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Lay Down Sally  Clapton/ Levy/ Terry


[A]There is nothing that is wrong in wanting you to stay here with [D]me
I [A]know you've got somewhere to go but won't you make yourself at home
And [D]stay with me, and don't you [E]ever leave

Chorus
      [A]Lay down, Sally, and [D]rest you in my arms
      [E]Don't you think you want someone to [A]talk to
      [A]Lay down, Sally, no [D]need to leave so soon
      [E]I've been trying all night long just to [A]talk to you

[A]The sun ain't nearly on the rise and we still got the moon and stars [D]above
Under[A]neath the velvet skies, love is all that matters
Won't you [D]stay with me, and don't you [E]ever leave

Chorus
      [A]Lay down, Sally, and [D]rest you in my arms
      [E]Don't you think you want someone to [A]talk to
      [A]Lay down, Sally, no [D]need to leave so soon
      [E]I've been trying all night long just to [A]talk to you

[A]I long to see the morning light colouring your face so [D]dreamily
So [A]don't you go and say goodbye, you can lay your worries down
And [D]stay with me, and don't you [E]ever leave

Chorus
      [A]Lay down, Sally, and [D]rest you in my arms
      [E]Don't you think you want someone to [A]talk to
      [A]Lay down, Sally, no [D]need to leave so soon
      [E]I've been trying all night long just to [A]talk to you

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BaronVonBones (report)

nice but that A at the end of the chorus sounds odd to me...?..