The "reverend" section of "The Battle Of Epping Forest" has plenty of sly Double Entendre:
They called me the Reverend when I entered the Church unstained;
My employers have changed but the name has remained.
It all began when I went on a tour,
Hoping to find some furniture.
I followed a sign - it said "Beautiful Chest".
It led to a lady who showed me her best.
She was taken by surprise when I quickly closed my eyes.
So she rang the bell, and quick as hell
Bob the Nob came out on his job
To see what the trouble was.
"Louise, is the Reverend hard to please?"
"You're telling me!"
"Perhaps, sir, if it's not too late.
We could interest you in our Staffordshire plate?"
"Oh no, not me, I'm a man of repute."
But the Devil caught hold of my soul and a voice called out "Shoot!"
To save my steeple, I visited people;
For this I'd gone when I met Little John.
His name came, I understood,
When the judge said "You're a robbing hood."
He told me of his strange foundation,
Conceived on sight of the Woodstock nation;
He'd had to hide his reputation.
When poor, 'twas salvation from door to door.
But now, with a pin-up guru every week,
It's Love, Peace & Truth Incorporated for all who seek.
He employed me as a karma mechanic, with overall charms. Jethro Tull's Wonderin' Aloud is, on the face of it, about a loving couple, where the man fixes breakfast for his lady love. Listen again...
His hands were then fit to receive, receive alms.
We are our own saviours,
As we start both our hearts beating life
Into each other;
Will the years treat us well?
As she floats in the kitchen,
I'm tasting the smell;
Of toast, as the butter runs;
Then she comes, spilling crumbs on the bed -
And I shake my head...
- It is entirely possible that a different sort of morning activity between a man and his lady might be being alluded to here....