It's just that there was I, pretending I was tied to the kitchen sink
And I thought "This stuff's so kind to my hands, I'm never going to change to a different brand."
And on a different day we found a small boat and rowed it away
And you said, "Your life's too good to be true, I think i'll ruin it for you."

Take a seat in this dream kitchen
You can wipe your feet and dry your hair
And if you make a wish in this dream kitchen
It won't get you anywhere
And make a wish

Walking under the table
And sun goes down on a snoozing town
And teas still warming it slowly steams
And i think, "This must be the kitchen of my dreams."

Take a seat in this dream kitchen
You can wipe your feet and dry your hair
And if you make a wish in this dream kitchen
It won't get you anywhere
Take a seat in this dream kitchen
You can wipe your feet and dry your hair
And if you make a wish in this dream kitchen
It won't get you anywhere



On a different day, we found a small car and drove it away
And you said, "Your life's too good to be true, I think I'll ruin it for you."

Take a seat in this dream kitchen
You can wipe your feet and dry your hair
And if you make a wish in this dream kitchen
It won't get you anywhere
The kitchen is starting to shine
And all i can wonder why
This stuff is so kind to my hands
To my hands
Why don't you
Take a seat in this dream kitchen
You can wipe your feet and dry your hair
And if you make a wish in this dream kitchen
It won't get you anywhere
Take a seat in this dream kitchen
You can wipe your feet and dry your hair
And if you make a wish in this dream kitchen
It won't get you anywhere
Make a wish


Lyrics submitted by BekkaZ

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