Stay A Little Longer In Your Bed Song Lyrics and Chords

 

Stay A Little Longer In Your Bed Song Lyrics and Chords by Billy Crash Craddock

 

Stay A Little Longer In Your Bed
Recorded by Billy Crash Craddock
Written by John Adrian
C 
If I could step back into time for just a  
Em 
moment
 
And  
F 
take back all the silly things I  
Fm 
said
 
I'd  
C 
take the time to paint the sky a  
D7 
different shade of blue
 
And  
F 
stay a little  
G7 
longer in your  
C 
bed
 
If I could step back into yesterday a  
Em 
moment
 
And  
F 
paint the rose a different shade of  
Fm 
red
 
I'd  
C 
take the time to listen to the  
D7 
songs you tried to sing
 
And to  
F 
stay a little  
G7 
longer in your  
C 
bed
 
And there'd be  
F 
curtains hanging  
G7 
on the windows  
C 
of my lonely room
 
And  
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lips to catch my  
G7 
teardrops when I  
C 
cry
 
Cause  
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all I've found in  
G7 
being free are  
C 
circles I can run
 
That  
F 
have no hidden places I can  
G7 
hide
 
If I could  
C 
gather all the moments that were  
Em 
wasted
 
And  
F 
turn each one into a ruby  
Fm 
red
 
I'd  
C 
buy back all the time it takes to  
D7 
make a dream come true
 
And  
F 
stay a little  
G7 
longer in your  
C 
bed
 
There was  
F 
something hidden  
G7 
underneath the  
C 
corner of your pillow
F 
Tiny lines of  
G7 
love I should have  
C 
read
 
And  
F 
all the time it  
G7 
takes for love to  
C 
grow a weeping willow
F 
I never understood the things it  
G7 
said
 
If  
C 
love were like the pages of a  
Em 
story
 
Whose  
F 
favorite parts could always be re-
Fm 
read
 
I'd  
C 
find your laughter in between the  
D7 
covers of the dawn
 
And  
F 
stay a little  
G7 
longer in your  
C 
bed

 

FAQ

 

Who sang the the song Stay A Little Longer In Your Bed?
- The song Stay A Little Longer In Your Bed was sang by Billy Crash Craddock.

 

Who is Billy Crash Craddock?
- Billy Wayne "Crash" Craddock (born June 16, 1939) is an American country and rockabilly singer. He first gained popularity in Australia in the 1950s with a string of rockabilly hits, including the Australian number one hit's "Boom Boom Baby" and "One Last Kiss" in 1960 and 1961 respectively. Switching to country music, he gained popularity in United States in the 1970s with a string of top ten country hits, several of which were number one hits, including "Rub It In", "Broken Down in Tiny Pieces", and "Ruby Baby". Craddock is known to his fans as "The King Of Country Rock Music" and "Mr. Country Rock" for his uptempo rock-influenced style of country music.

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