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Bitchin' in the Kitchen
Cliff De Young Lyrics


Dear blender
Oh won't you help a first offender
Oh, toaster
Don't you put the burn on me
Refrigerator, why are we always sooner or later
Bitchin' in the kitchen or
crying in the bedroom all night
Dear knife drawer
Now won't you help me to face life more
Oh, trashcan
Don't you put the dirt on me
Oh percolator, why are we always sooner or later
Bitchin' in the kitchen or
crying in the bedroom all night
Everything used to be OK
But I've been had
And Brad, I'm glad to say, is on his way
Micro-digital awaker, why are we always sooner or later
Bitchin' in the kitchen or
crying in the bedroom all night
Shower curtain
Oh won't you help me to be certain
Oh, toothpaste
Don't you put the squeeze on me
Depilitator, why are we always sooner or later
Bitchin' in the kitchen or
crying in the bedroom all night
Tell me spectator, why are always sooner or later
Bitchin' in the kitchen or
crying in the bedroom all night!

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Comments from YouTube:

Jennifer Murdock

Richard O'Brien got me dancin around my room to a bop about marital problems 😅😅😅

cool cat memes

Why I want a remake of this

Edit: a REMAKE not a reimagining

Alex Wheeler

I'll be Janet.

Mr Gleek

Does anyone else think that Bitchin in the Kitchen would be an awesome name for a morning talk show?

Caine7ify

Keith Kogane as Brad Majors
Allura as Janet Weiss
Lance McClean as Farley Flavors

Bon

Kinda ruins the point if Farley and Brad aren't played by the same person or, at the very least, twins.

Spark

Nah. Better idea. Dallon Weekes as Farley. If ya don't know who he is, he's the original bassist from Panic! at the Disco. He looks damn close and he can sing damn well.

Robert McElwaine

Not a big fan of this semi-sequel to TRHPS. However there are several decent songs in it and it was a bit ahead of its time with its reality TV themed plot. I like how this song is about how both Brad and Janet have become so materialistic, no doubt through Farley Flavors advertising that it's come at the expense of their marriage.