Lay Down and ListenToday's grammar lesson comes courtesy of Germany's Berlin Classics label. As part of their "~moods" series, this album entitled Lay Down and Listen is a compilation of mellow music to help you be "in harmony with classical music." How can you and your music be in harmony when you know the imperative in the title takes an object and it's not there? The producers obviously meant "Lie Down and Listen," which uses the imperative form of the intransitive verb "to lie," meaning to be in a horizontal position, as opposed to "to lay," which is a transitive verb meaning to place something in a horizontal position. If incorrect English grammar just sets you on edge, take a deep breath, and try listening to one of the other titles in the series to help calm your nerves, such as Trust in Tranquility or Unfold Your Mind.