Jeff Churchwell

Jeff Churchwell

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Pop - General | Chicago, Illinois, United States
Total Song Plays: 240   
Member Since: 2004
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In This Kitchen
Words and Music by Jeffrey Wayne Churchwell
© 2003 Hat's Too Tight Music (ASCAP)

(verse 1)
I take my eggs over-medium, honey.
Can't face a plate so relentlessly sunny.
That sounds funny,
But in this kitchen, it's OK.

(verse 2)
I love the smell of the coffee you're brewin',
But even half a cup would run me to ruin.
So nothin' doin'.
Turn the cup, take it away.

(chorus 1)
In this kitchen, you could serve a rainy day.
I know you're itchin' to break some eggs
Then break away.

(verse 3)
The morning paper gets read over O-J.
My horoscope hasn't changed from day to day.
What does 'Ann' say
About this kitchen and this life?


(verse 4)
Up on the spice rack, the Sage has gone missin'.
What can we learn if we can't learn to listen?
Reminiscin' won't turn the past into today.

(chorus 2)
In this kitchen, I could bake a humble pie.
Crow with ketchup won't go down well,
Still I must try.

(verse 5)
The traffic girl on the radio's sayin',
"All ways are clear. There's no need for delayin."
Can't be stayin' in this kitchen 'til we die.
We're both itchin'
To kiss this kitchen good-bye.



Song Length
Country - Bluegrass
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal

Subject Matter
Breaking Up

2000 and later

Lyric Credits Jeffrey Wayne Churchwell
Music Credits Jeffrey Wayne Churchwell
Producer Credits Christopher DeMonk, Bill Kavanagh & Jeff Churchwell
Publisher Credits Hat's Too Tight Music (ASCAP)
Performance Credits Jeff Churchwell - lead & harmony vocals, banjo; Holly Pintozzi - drums; Bill Kavanagh - bass; Martha Murphy - fiddles; Dave Bagdade - mandolin, flat-picked guitar.
Label Credits self-released CD