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Nat King Cole

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The Lyrics

And now, the purple mug of coffee I'm
Sipping near the window, by K-Mart
Soothes my thirsty soul,
And tastes so sublime
A caffeine fantasy to please the heart
All outside worldly cares are far away
Music soft and low,
Plus apple pie
Love it here at Starbucks,
It makes my day
And really can relax a guy..

These times I know just why I spend
So many hours, list'nin' to a song
A low cal taste, won't expand my waist
And while it perks, it perks us, too..
All our office crew..
Light and cozy conversation
The time just seems to fly
Fun and relaxation
Right here at Starbucks, with the gang

A just right, restful rendezvous
This time each day
Soakin' up the charm
A paradise..,we consume..
Tasty mocha blends
Hopin' that it "never ends.."
This Starbuck fantasy
And magic time here with my friends

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Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 6

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Rex - November 04, 2005 - Report this comment
And don't forget the wi-fi access! Enjoyed this!
Royce Miller - November 04, 2005 - Report this comment
It's hard for me to get this tune in my head, but I love your lyrics. Have you ever seen Lewis Black's comedy act about a Starbucks across from a Starbucks? It's hilarious.
AFW - November 04, 2005 - Report this comment
Thanks, Rex....and thanks, Royce...don't recall that, but did see "Lewis Black On Broadway" on HBO...and his comedy style is fabulous..
alvin rhodes - November 04, 2005 - Report this comment
this is "grande'...5 cups
Royce Miller - November 04, 2005 - Report this comment
AFW--I bet not many know this original song; the Lewis Black thing, he said was true--he was in Houston and there were two Starbucks, right across the street from each other, and did he ever make the most of it.
AFW - November 04, 2005 - Report this comment
Royce....I'm sure you're right about this song...kinda' sad, too...been some decades ago, of course...but, it was at one time considered the greatest classic popular song of all well as, most recorded...written by the great Hoagy Carmichael, who, is himself, all but forgotten today...although, as you probably know, he wrote, and/or co-wrote great old standards like "Lazybones".."Two Sleepy People"..."Georgia On My Mind" others.., and has done character parts in great old classic films like, "To Have And Have Not" and, "The Best Years Of Our Lives"
stuart mcarthur - November 04, 2005 - Report this comment
very uplifting, AFW - 555
Rick C - November 05, 2005 - Report this comment
Nice job on this one although, in the northeastern US, Dunkin Donuts are more common than Starbucks. IMHO, their coffee is far better than Starbucks' too. 555
AFW - November 05, 2005 - Report this comment
Thanks, Stuart...and Rick..I live in Ohio, so yeah..lot's of Dunkin's around..
Kristof Robertson - November 07, 2005 - Report this comment
No accounting for your taste, AFW...but a well written parody. 555

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