In The Kitchen Lyrics

In The Kitchen Lyrics

In The Kitchen Lyrics Give me bout an hour, let me change my clothes, I been cooking in the kitchen (x4) Stepping all fresh, all white, looking like cocaine (x4) Give me bout an hour, let me change my clothes, I been cooking in the kitchen 36 souls, dropped the 40 man I forgot to mention All of these gold chains, looking like Mr. T If you blink one time, niiiil, pass by in the V I just got a new Pyrex and a new stove nigga, what you want? Come to the back, knock twice, never come to the front 3.5 for the 50, got the J’s going crazy Hold up! Lemme quote Jay Z: “nigga fuck, you pay me!” I just bought a brand new car off the lot, motherfucker, that’s money! Got the wolves on the leash let em go cuz you looking like food and they hungry Taylor Gang 4800, and ya know that’s forever with it I ain’t got a cold in my heart, man I know they forever with it Lil ass nigga making lil ass nigga have a lil ass nigga at yo crib Talking all that big shit, lil nigga While I’m out on the road doing shows tryna get a couple million Tryna get a bigger crib, our hood, aye aye More on Genius Ice Cube Discusses Dr. Dre’s Musical Wisdom In New Clip From ‘The Defiant Ones’ “In The Kitchen” Track Info Gangland 3 Chevy Woods 1. Welcome 2 The Trap 2. Champagne 3. Fernando 4. Gold Chains Gold Daytons 5. Yo Type 6. Shooters 7. In The Kitchen 8. Sticc To The Plan 9. Garfield 10. Get To Know 11. Thug It Out 12. 5am 13. For The Money
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In The Kitchen Lyrics

An adaptation of this song is a very familiar nursery rhyme in Japan, with the same melody and roughly the same subject matter, but with a different title and different lyrics. It is known as “Senro wa tsuzuku yo doko made mo (線路は続くよどこまでも?)”, meaning “The railroad continues forever”.
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In The Kitchen Lyrics

“The Eyes of Texas” is the alma mater of the University of Texas at Austin and possibly also the University of Texas at El Paso. It is set to the tune of “I’ve Been Working on the Railroad” with alternate lyrics written in 1904. Students, faculty, staff, and alumni of the University sing the song at Longhorn sports games and other events.
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In The Kitchen Lyrics

The “Someone’s in the kitchen with Dinah” section, with its noticeably different melody, is actually an older song that has been absorbed by “I’ve Been Working on the Railroad”. It was published as “Old Joe, or Somebody in the House with Dinah” in London in the 1830s or ’40s, with music credited to J.H. Cave. “Dinah” was a generic name for an enslaved African woman. The melody for this section of the song may have been adapted from “Goodnight, Ladies”, written (as “Farewell Ladies”) in 1847 by E. P. Christy.

In The Kitchen Lyrics

In The Kitchen Lyrics
In The Kitchen Lyrics

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