"Sealed With A Glasgow Kiss" as written by Leslie George Carter and James Neil Morrison....
I worship the ground that you walk on
Give praise to the place where you sit
Your face and the space that you talk from
Your teeth and those unlucky lips

I gave you my name and independence
And the best seven years of my life
With twelve months suspended from sentence
And fifty-two lovely black eyes

Love ain't like the movies
It blisters and bruises
Knocks you about with its fists
It leaves you a wreckage
All postaged and packaged
Sealed with a Glasgow kiss

You're as pure as the driven
And I should be in prison
Or under a lorry
Because I hit you and I'm sorry

But love ain't like the movies
It blisters and bruises
Bites like a Doberman
Never home sober
And leaves you a wreckage
All postaged and packaged
Sealed with a Glasgow kiss

I desecrated the ground that you walk on
Put nails in the place where you sit
I wasted the space that you talk from
Your teeth and your unlucky lips

Come kiss me
Come kiss me
Come kiss me
Come kiss me
Kiss me



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"Sealed with a Glasgow Kiss" as written by Leslie George Carter James Neil Morrison

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    General CommentThere can't be many songs where domestic violence is described from a mans perspective. This is quite sensitively done aswell. Very brave, and I think it works.
    Random Boyon June 01, 2005   Link

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