"The Sexuality Of Bereavement" as written by and Adrian Jackson Andrew Craighan....
In soothe I lend a gracious ear
Your sobbing, somehow sexual
Come to my bosom.
The help I bring
Is all my pleasure you lonely, dear thing
Oh, cruel love, when held by you
My sanity does fly
You lie there mourning with looks of desire
'T is beauty when you cry
Drink my grievingg love
Desire and wine go well
Sleep, I'll watch over you
Relief?
Time will tell
Secrecy fosters passion
You stay untouched
I know you are alone
With peace I care much


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"The Sexuality of Bereavement" as written by Adrian Jackson Aaron Stainthorpe

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    General CommentSo he's comforting this woman. it sounds as though she is grieving for her (probably deceased) lover. I wonder who killed him!
    Ad_Nauseamon June 01, 2005   Link
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    General Commentfor some reason, reading the lyrics, all I can think of is that movie Cemetary Man.
    kijimaon March 19, 2007   Link

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