Walking in Your Sleep

Parody of “Talking in Your Sleep”, words and music by Roger Cook / Bobby Wood

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Parody lyrics ©10/5/2007 by Bob Kanefsky. All rights reserved. The copyright of the original lyrics and music remain with the holder(s) of the original copyright.

Three o'clock in the morning,
And it looks like you've slipped outside the house again.
I've been listening to your footsteps padding down the stairs.
Must be that time of month.
Maybe I'm being ghoulish,
And you haven't stolen anybody's heart at all.
How I wish I could be sure I'm safe here in your bed
When you come back around.
I've heard the price of silver has come down.

(Chorus)

Chorus: You've been walking in your sleep,
Shifting, in your dreams,
To some dread nightmare.
Stalking through the night,
Hunting with the mouth
You used to kiss me.
Walking in your sleep
With hunger on your mind.

Maybe I'm being ghoulish,
And you haven't stolen anybody's heart at all.
How I wish I could be sure I'm safe here in your bed
When you come back around.
I've heard the price of silver has come down.

Note that one word is different in the last chorus. Having established what used means, we can leave the line just like in the original.

(Chorus)

Chorus: You've been walking in your sleep,
Shifting, in your dreams,
To some dread nightmare.¦
Stalking through the night,
Hunting with the mouth
You used to love me.
Walking in your sleep
With hunger on your mind.