Laughing in My Sleep 
    (Difford/Tilbrook)  

    WARNING: These lyrics are unconfirmed and may be inaccurate. They represent the best attempt at deciphering the song we have yet to see.  

      Waking up is not far away from here inside my head
      And when I turn over, I discover that she's there like a sausage roll
      Stealing the covers and leaving me in the cold
      All the feathers at my feet, I keep laughing in my sleep

      Waking up, is making me think I'm better off asleep
      I know that when I get up there will be a million things to do like visit the bank
      And I dreamt that Jimi Hendrix joined the band
      There's the feathers at my feet, I keep laughing in my sleep

      The sound of the clock, the bong and the whirl
      I hear everything, the song of the birds
      The sun is up now, as day is come forth
      Everything I've dreamt I've unlearned
      I keep laughing in my sleep

      And now I turn over, I discover that she's there like a sausage roll
      She's stolen the covers and left me in the cold
      But I just cannot compete, I keep laughing in my sleep

    Contributed by Lily Giordano


  • From the "Satisfied" 12-inch and CD single, this is a mandolin-laden arrangement of "Crying In My Sleep", with different, more lighthearted lyrics.