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I've Died and Gone to Starbucks
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A parody of my addiction to Java. (Coffee photo courtesy of Ken Blankenship). If MP3 does not play correctly, you can also find it at: larryholdermusic.org/starbucks.html
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Lawrence Keith Holder
© (P) 2008 Larry Holder Music

Sat Mar 14, 2009
Acoustic : Acoustic General
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About the song
Just a fun song about drinking coffee.
Lyrics
(verse 1)
I need my morning coffee
Like the flowers need the sun
Without that jolt of java
This ol' dog ain't gonna run.
My fondest dream's a coffee bean
That's roasted golden brown
So fill it to the rim, my friend
Caffeine, don't let me down!

(Chorus)
I've died and gone to Starbucks
There's latte in the air
A double mocha, venti, please
With room for cream to spare.
My spirits quickly soarin'
With another cup o' joe --
I've died and gone to Starbucks
Have mercy on my soul!

(verse 2)
I'll have a cup of Breakfast Blend
To get an early start
And then some Kona coffee
Just to keep me feelin' smart.
A cup of cappuccino
Somewhere along the way
And how about a DoubleShot
To finish up my day!

(Chorus)
I've died and gone to Starbucks
There's latte in the air
A double mocha, venti, please
With room for cream to spare.
My spirits quickly soarin'
With another cup o' joe --
I've died and gone to Starbucks
Have mercy on my soul!

(verse 3)
I know there are some folks out there
Who say it's in my head
"Give up that habit, son" they say,
"Drink caffeine-free instead!"
Well, thanks for the advice;
I think I'll keep my normal brew
Just pour the highest octane
If it's all the same to you!

(Chorus)
I've died and gone to Starbucks
There's latte in the air
A double mocha, venti, please
With room for cream to spare.
My spirits quickly soarin'
With another cup o' joe --
I've died and gone to Starbucks
Have mercy on my soul!