Of is it lie?
Do you ever let Word's grammar checker tell you which to use?
A transitive verb (meaning it is always followed by a noun or a pronoun that receives the action of the verb).
It means to put or place.
Forms: lay, laying, laid, (have) laid
An intransitive verb that does not have an object.
It means to incline.
Forms: lie, lying, lay, (have) lain
Did you spot that? Lay appears as a form for both words! No wonder so many of us are confused!
It's a conspiracy, I tell ya!