This was the debut single from Herman’s Hermits in 1964 which reached the top of the charts for a couple of weeks.
It came to mind this morning when I woke up, so I’ve come up with these lines which sort of fit the music:
Woke up this morning feelin’ warm,
Had something curled up on my-y arm,
Furry and black she leaned on my back
Maggie sweetheart, move over gi-ve me room!
Giving it zeds she moved up the bed,
Breathing and snoring across my head,
Stretching her legs out, she gave me a clout
On the ear
Maggie sweetheart, why must you be so near?
It could be she was feeling cold,
After all she is get -eting old,
Could she be fighting pain?
Explains all the kicking again and again…….
Snuggling in tight she soon settles down,
Stroking her head and it’s silken crown
She sighs contented and comfy
And fast asleep,
Maggie sweetheart, rest in your slumber deep.
Hopefully here’s Peter Noone and co