Written by:
Barry Gibb
(1976)
 
Lead vocals:
Barry Gibb
 
Album:
Greatest
<compilation>
(1979)
 Maybe you don’t know me
anymore than I know you
and I wouldn’t blame you if
you walked away.
      
I been watching you all evening
with the teardrops in your eyes
and it touches me much more
than I can say.
      
You know I’d hate to think that someone
could have hurt someone like you.
And if I was him,
I’d be right by your side.
 
Lay your troubles on my shoulders,
put your worries in my pocket,
rest your love on me awhile.
      
Lay your troubles on my shoulder,
put your worries in my pocket,
rest your love on me awhile.
 
Saw you in the corner
on the moment I walked in
saw your lonely face
across the room.
 
No, I won’t forget it.
And the way it might have been.
Why did you have to leave
so soon.
 
You know I’d hate to think that someone
could have loved you more than me.
And at times like this
I’d be right by your side.
 
Lay your troubles on my shoulders,
put your worries in my pocket,
rest your love on me awhile.
      
Lay your troubles on my shoulders,
put your worries in my pocket,
rest your love on me awhile.
 
How long must I wait
for the last train to be here?
And the last chance to know.
Get to think that I was born too soon.
 
How long, honey,
when the loving don’t come?
I was there when you left me.
Just didn’t know how to begin.
 
Lay your troubles on my shoulders,
put your worries in my pocket,
rest your love on me awhile.
      
Lay your troubles on my shoulders,
put your worries in my pocket,
rest your love on me awhile.

Rest Your Love On Me

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