"Love Me to Death [Original Full Length Version]" as written by Wayne Hussey, Simon Thomas Hinkler, Mick Brown and Craig David Adams....
Let me come inside your ivory tower
Let me come inside your hallowed walls
God, it's heaven in here
Fix me with your hand of grace
Fix me with your touch of precious thrill
Your fingers dance across my skin
Reaching out for the pride of man

We're hand in hand, we're flesh in flesh
We're walking through the fire of love
And breath by breath, and flame by flame
We burn 'til the sun rises and shines hard
And love come gushing, love runs free
My love comes all over you
My love comes for you

Love me to death, my flower
Run barefoot through my hair
Naked on my lips
Love me to death, my precious
Smother me with kisses
Drown me in your waves of flowing sweetness

Hold me dear, and bury me deep
Bless me with your word of savage honor
We love more by fate than design
So give me your hand and I'll gladly give you my life
My flower, that sways in the breeze
You must be stronger than the winds that blow you away
Blow you away

Love me to death, my precious
Run barefoot through my hair
Dance wild on my lips
Love me to death, my flower
Lay me down on your bed of petals
Cover me with your honey, my blossom

Love me to death
Love me to death
Love me to death, my flower
Love me to death, my treasure
Run bare foot through my hair
Dance wild on my heart
Love me to death, my precious
Love me to death, my love
Tarnish, taint and punish me softly
Softly love me to death
Love me to death.


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"Love Me to Death" as written by Mick Brown Craig David Adams

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