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“Lay My Head Down” song with normal voice

By , 9 March, 2010, 1 Comment

When I first met Lois I was playing guitar and singing with a kind of high tenor voice. When I started doing songs with piano, I flipped my Leonard Cohen coin and started singing in the gutter range. Lois doesn’t dislike the gutter voice too much, but she often says that she wishes I’d sing like I used to. When she heard the Lay My Head Down song, she mentioned this again and so I thought I’d do a more “normal” version. Here ya go baby!

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Lyrics:
I been lying in this manger
Down beneath the Bodhi tree
Like a pilgrim bound for Mecca
But the road is all I see
So I laid down in the starlight
Fell asleep and had a dream
That I’d hunted all the mountains
And I’d captured all the trees
Lay my head down, let my heart take over me
Lay thy head down, let thy heart take over thee

When I met you
For the first time
How strange I couldn’t see
My legs buckled, I’d done searching
And I was down upon one knee
Lay my head down, let my heart take over me
Lay thy head down, let thy heart take over thee

All these earthquakes and disasters
All these wars and enemies
Well, here’s your warning to destruction
Cause your lady’s married thee
So to William and Elizabeth
What holds you tight sets you free