"Lay Your Love on Me" as written by and Matt Berry....
"On brick land, above the frying pan public house, I removed my boots to make love.
As the coins from my pocket hit the untreated wooden floorboards, a large number of roaches scurried from beneath the single mattress, the only piece of furniture in an otherwise empty room.
With her back to me, almost embarrassed, she placed the coins into a once white, greasy handkerchief. She turned round; I could smell gin, as she rested her head on my shoulder. She put her lips to my ear, and then she whispered:
"

Lay your love on me
Lay your love on me
I was blind but now I see
So come lay your love on me
I’d walk through sand in summer time, wade through snow in winter time, just for you now.

Lay your love on me
Lay your love on me
I was blind but now I see
So come lay your love on me

Like a mattress without fleas, or a trick without the fees
Oh come lay your love on me
Oh yes lay your love on me
I’d walk through sand in summer time, wade through snow in winter time, one day I know you’ll be mine.

I’d walk through sand in summer time, wade through snow in winter time, in this town there’s too much crime.

Lay your love on me
Lay your love on me
I was blind now I can see
So come lay your love on me

Making love above the pub, making love, making love x10



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