"Kitchen" as written by and Nic Dalton....
Thrilled to be in the same post code as you.
I tell you things I know you'd like to know,
Treat you to cake every night.
Suddenly talk and it'll make you fright.
Smile at me, I'll hold you really tight,
Follow you into bed, run around till mornin',
We'll stay awake all night.
We'll repeat the same stories,
But of course never in front of friends.
How it all started in the kitchen.

Hey!

Remember the time you said we should wait awhile?
You'd let me know when you changed your mind.
Yeah, I was sad for some time.
But 12 hours watching me at the wheel
Made me realize what you really feel.
Won't have to hurt anymore.

Ooohhh...
Walking you home along Mt. Vernon Street,
You told me secrets I was shocked to know.
Pretend it was me every night.
I'm thrilled to be in the same postcode as you.
I'll come and visit, maybe never go,
Follow you into bed.

Run around till mornin' and we'll stay awake every night.
We repeat the same stories,
But of course never in front of friends.
How it all started in the kitchen.

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"Kitchen" as written by Nic Dalton

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    General CommentThe first line of this song is just great... I mean he's happy that he's living within seveal miles of her (I dunno how big post codes actually are.) How adorable is that?
    TheSilverNobleon January 31, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis song doesn't seem so nice to me. At best, the singer is wildly optimistic about about this relationship. At worst he is a stalker.
    tofuburgeron November 01, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI've heard it was about Juliana Hatfield moving in with him.
    sydbarrett5on June 28, 2009   Link
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    General CommentIt was written by Nic Dalton, a guy he made friends with in Sydney, who joined his band for the next record, "Come On Feel The Lemonheads".
    scratcheron October 06, 2009   Link

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