You don't need your diamonds
You don't need your garments
When I come around
Lie down, lie down
Lie down, lie down with me
Honestly, oh honestly
I give my heart, my hands, my skin
Lie down again
You don't have to win
You don't have to call the coroner in
When I come around
Lie down, lie down
Lie down, lie down with me
Honestly, oh, honestly
In the bed that we lie in
Lie down, lie down, lie down, lie down, lie down
Lie down, lie down with me
Honestly, oh, honestly
I give my hands, my hair, my skin
The lining in my stomach


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