"Check My Eyelids for Holes" as written by Kelly Jones, Stuart Cable and Richard Mark Jones....
I gotta lose weight
I swallow honey
Is my stand up show still that funny
Am I back for good
I said that I said that I would be
She's down waist low
Trying to make me happy
Because I like watching you
It's time I tried, tried to check
My check my eye lids
Check for holes
Two weeks late I gotta test
For babies shop take is falling low
I'm not going back back to the factory's
Because I like what I do
It's time I tried tried to check
My check my eye lids

Check for holes


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"Check My Eyelids for Holes" as written by Richard Mark Jones Kelly Jones

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    General CommentChecking your eyelids for holes is a euphemism for having a nap

    I always heard the first two lines as
    I'm gonna lose weight
    Ahh Ahh swallow, honey

    (as in he's getting oral sex and he's telling her he's cumming!)
    mrhoggon April 05, 2012   Link
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    General CommentAshamed cos there ain't no comments here

    An amazing tune

    Kelly said the song is basically about whether if someone gives you a blow job does that make everything okay and forgiven. The title is a saying that relates to ppl who lie.
    Kelly Joneson March 05, 2006   Link
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    General CommentAshamed cos there ain't no comments here

    An amazing tune

    Kelly said the song is basically about whether if someone gives you a blow job does that make everything okay and forgiven. The title is a saying that relates to ppl who lie.
    Kelly Joneson March 05, 2006   Link
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    General CommentTo me this song is about the fact that, given that this is off the 1st Stereophonics album, they've just gone big time, they're loving it, and it's a good thing, yet the power and rush of fame has got to them. This song is basically admitting that fame has got to them, and explaining to the layman why that is.
    Lord Glencairnon March 18, 2006   Link
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    General CommentWell, maybe the fame hasn't 'got to them' in such a way as to cause arrogance, but it's certainly there and having an effect.
    Lord Glencairnon March 18, 2006   Link

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