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Acrylic Afternoons Lyrics

I fell asleep on your sofa and had a dream about a small child in dungarees
Who caught his hands in the doors of the Paris metro.
Then my face cracked open and you were there
You were there dressed in green, saying something obscene.
But that's why I came here in the first place, Oh well that and the tea.
Can I stay here lying under the table together with you now?
Can I hold you?
Forever in acrylic afternoons I want to hold you tight
Whilst children play outside and wait for their mothers to finish with lovers
And call them inside for their tea.
Cushions and TV and the table set for tea. One for you, one for me.
Come and lie down on the settee in that green jumper
You can have anything you want and the clock is saying it's half past four
But you know I want to stay a little more.
Can I stay here lying under the table...etc.
On a pink quilted eiderdown, I want to pull your knickers down.
Net curtains blow slightly in the breeze.
Lemonade light filtering thru the trees.
It's so soft and it's warm.
Just another cup of tea please (one lump thanks).
Can I stay here lying under the table...etc.
Oh Kevin, Shane, Julie, Diane, Wayne, Frank, Heather, Rachel,
Chelsea, Leanne,come home.
It's time for your tea.

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Songwriter(s): Jarvis Branson Cocker, Russell Senior, Candida Doyle, Stephen Patrick Mackey, Nick Banks
Publisher(s): Island Music Ltd.
Record Label(s): 1994 Island Records Inc
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