"Falling In Bed (again)" as written by and Williams,robert Peter/hay,matt....
I met her at an aftershow party
I said have we met before?
She said hardly
She had a curry stain
That was down her cardie
But her teeth were clean
So I said smartly

I'm falling in love again
I'm so in lust with you
Pillow over head again
I'll suffocate with you
If you ask me to

She was educated at this school called RADA
She was made to go by her mother
And financed by her father
She said Room 211 and I said (laugh) rather
I got her name wrong once or twice
I said I'll call ya Carol, yeah?
She said that would be nice

I'm falling in love again
I'm so in lust with you
My Pillow over head again
I'll suffocate with you
If you ask me to

So I strolls of to the reception
And I ask for me room key
The Maitre'D - Hello
He seemed pleased to meet me
I went to the lift and pressed button two
But very discreetly
The doors close and she went for my briefs

See me
Falling in bed again
I'm so in lust with you
Pillow over head again
I'll suffocate in you
If you ask me to
Oh to

But in the throws of passion
It hit me right between the head
I looked down at her
She had a bit of cabbage stuck between her teeth
And I said
I think I'm in love with ya
I want ya kids an' getting married to ya
And she said
Chill out
Rome wasn't built in a day
And I said I wasn't on that job


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"Falling in Bed (Again)" as written by Robert Peter Williams Matt Hay

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    General CommentThe song is a B-side to Lazy Days.
    I really love that songs, it is a pity he did not publish it as an A-side. It is really relaxed song, and funny because he imitates "Carol's voice", it is a mix of singing and spreaking which makes it sound more honest as if the story had happened to him. It is, as with most of Rob's songs, hard not to relate the song to his person.
    In my opinion it is about the dream of a man to find the one and only in somebody in a woman he meets by chance, after his performance, a groupie maybe. I love in the song that he is falling in love with her as he observes that "She had a curry stain/That was down her cardie" which means she is not someone perfect but rather the Bridget Jones type of girl. "But her teeth were clean", that is why she is nevertheless is very sexy and he wants to kiss and sleep with her. At the end he wants to marry her as he observes that "She had a bit of cabbage stuck between her teeth ".
    What I like in this song is the image of a woman it creates, because the man is attracted rather by her imperfectness than by her appearance. It is apparent that he gives data about her biographical background "
    She was educated at this school called RADA
    She was made to go by her mother
    And financed by her father
    She said Room 211 and I said (laugh) rather " which implies that they had a rather intimate talk, and no inforamtion about how she looks like. As it is almost typical for Rob, he contradicts himself by giving background information about her, but "I got her name wrong once or twice/I said I'll call ya Carol, yeh?/
    She said that would be nice ".
    On another level it is also about the confrontation of his imagination with reality. Because she inspires him from the beginning to dream of tragical and romantic death "Pillow over head again/I'll suffocate in you" but she rejects him as he proposes marriage to her.
    DirtyDianaon April 19, 2007   Link

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