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There is nothing that is wrong
Wanting you to stay here with me
I know you've got somewhere to go
But won't you make yourself at home
And stay with me?
And don't you ever leave

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

The sun ain't nearly on the rise
We still got the moon and stars above
Don't you go and say goodbye
You can lay your worries down
And stay with me
And don't you ever leave

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

I long to see the morning light
Coloring your face so dreamily
So don't you go and say goodbye
You can lay your worries down
And stay with me
And don't you ever leave

Lay down Sally, and rest you in my arms
Don't you think you want someone to talk to?
Lay down Sally, there's no need to leave so soon
I've been trying all night long just to talk to you

Lay down Sally, and rest you in my arms
Don't you think you want someone to talk to?
Lay down Sally, there's no need to leave so soon
I've been trying all night long just to talk to you



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