Motel Room In My Bed
by X

Album: Under The Big Black Sun (1982)
  • Put the doorknob on my side if you don't mind I don't care put the doorknob on my side it's self-locking give me your key I go to bed soggy and forgetful hopefully not waking up so fitfully I like coffee and I like tea I like a pretty boy and he likes me put the doorknob on my side it's self-locking give me your key I go to bed soggy and forgetful hopefully not waking up so fitfully motels do that with rubber sheets so I can't sleep staring at my sheets or crying on my sheets or bleeding on the same put the doorknob on my side if you don't mind I don't care a motel room in my bed put both door knobs on my side Writer/s: EXENE CERVENKA, JOHN DOE
    Publisher: RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC, CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC
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