Some kinds of loveMarguerita told TomBetween thought and expressionLies a lifetimeSituations ariseBecause of the weatherAnd no kinds of loveAre better than others.Some kinds of loveMarguerita told TomLike a dirty French novelCombines the absurd with the vulgarIn some kinds of loveThe possibilities're endlessAnd for me to miss oneWould seem to be groundless.I heard what you saidMarguerita heard TomAnd of course you're a boreBut in that you're not charmlessCause a bore is a straight lineThat finds a wealth in divisionAnd some kinds of loveAre mistaken for vision.Put jelly on your shoulderLet us do what you fear mostThat from which you recoilBut which still makes your eyes moistPut jelly on your shoulder babyLie down upon the carpetBetween thought and expressionLet us now kiss the culprit.I don't know just what it's all aboutBut put on your red pajamas and find out
Jelly was old black jazz slang eg Jelly Roll and commonly picked up by white musicians like Van Morrison etc.
The "jelly" is KY, and it's on the shoulder for easy reaching?
Lou introduces this song on their live album as follows:"This song is called 'Some Kinda Love', which is a dialogue between a guy called Tom and a woman called Margharita, and he's just trying to drink her like tequila and she doesn't like being salt thrown over her shoulder."Hope to have helped.
Though I will say that “Some Kinda Love” ends with a pretty strong insinuation of girl-on-guy buttsex, unless there’s another way to read “Put jelly on your shoulder/ and do what you feel most… that from which you recoil but which still makes your eyes moist…lie down upon the carpet.” Who needs Fifty Shades of Gray?
petroleum jelly on the shoulder was used so the lube is easy to reach I believe