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    Manoel Guest

    related to phrasal verbs

    In Vanessa Carton's new song, there is a line that goes like this:

    You lay me down and I call for you

    what's the meaning of lay me down in this context?

    thank you

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    There might be some sexual connotation to that, but I can't be sure. Can you supply more context?

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