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Josh Turner – Lay Low lyrics

I wanna drive until my cellphone
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

Just lay low, slow it down
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
Just lay low



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/j/josh_turner/lay_low.html

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