If You Make Her You Make Me Do Too Much Labour Lyrics

If You Make Her You Make Me Do Too Much Labour Lyrics sung by Paris Paloma represents the English Music Ensemble. The name of the song is Labour by Paris Paloma.

If You Make Her You Make Me Do Too Much Labour Lyrics

You Make Me Do Too Much Labour

All Day Everyday
Therapist Mother Maid
Nymph Then a Virgin Nurse
Then a Servant Just an Appendage
Live to Attend Him
So That He Never Lifts a Finger

24/7 Baby Machine
So He Can Live Out His Picket Fence Dream
It’s Not an Act of Love
If You Make Her
You Make Me Do Too Much Labour

The Capillaries in My Eyes Are Bursting
If Our Love Died
Would That Be the Worst Thing

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[Verse 1]
Why are you hanging on?
So tight
To the road that I’m headed from
Off this island
This was an escape plan (This was an escape plan)
Carefully timed it
So that we’d go
And dive into the waves below

[Pre-Chorus]
Who tends the orchards?
Who fixes up the gables?
Emotional torture
From the head of your high table
Who fetches the water?
From the rocky mountain spring
And walk back down again?
To feel your words and their sharp sting
And I’m getting f^^king tired

[Chorus]
The capillaries in my eyes are bursting
If our love died, would that be the worst thing?
For somebody I thought was my saviour
You sure make me do a whole lot of labour
The callous skin on my hands is cracking
If our love ends, would that be a bad thing?
And the silence haunts our bed chamber
You make me do too much labour

[Verse 2]
Apologies from my tongue
And never yours
Busy lapping from a flowing cup
And stabbing me with your fork
I know you’re a smart man (I know you’re a smart man)
And weaponise the false incompetence
It’s dominance under a guise

[Pre-Chorus]
If we had a daughter
I’d watch and could not save her
The emotional torture
From the head of your high table
She’d do what you taught her
She’d meet the same cruel fate
So now I’ve gotta run
So I can undo this mistake
At least I’ve gotta try

[Chorus]
The capillaries in my eyes are bursting
If our love died, would that be the worst thing?
For somebody I thought was my saviour
You sure make me do a whole lot of labour
The callous skin on my hands is cracking
If our love ends, would that be a bad thing?
And the silence haunts our bed chamber
You make me do too much labour

[Bridge]
All day, every day
Therapist, mother, maid
Nymph then a virgin
Nurse than a servant
Just an appendage, live to attend him
So that he never lifts a finger
Twenty-four seven baby machine
So he can live out his picket fence dreams
It’s not an act of love if you make her
You make me do too much labour

[Verse 3]
All day, every day
Therapist, mother, maid
Nymph then a virgin
Nurse than a servant
Just an appendage, live to attend him
So that he never lifts a finger
Twenty-four seven baby machine
So he can live out his picket fence dreams
It’s not an act of love if you make her
You make me do too much labour

[Chorus]
The capillaries in my eyes are bursting
(All day, every day: therapist, mother, maid)
If our love died, would that be the worst thing?
(Nymph then a virgin; Nurse than a servant)
For somebody I thought was my saviour
(Just an appendage, live to attend him)
You sure make me do a whole lot of labour
(So that he never lifts a finger)
The callous skin on my hands is cracking
(Twenty-four seven baby machine)
If our love ends, would that be a bad thing?
(So he can live out his picket fence dreams)
And the silence haunts our bed chamber
(It’s not an act of love if you make her)
You make me do too much labour

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