Rock Out With Our Favorite Coffee JamsThursday, May 10, 2018
Think about it — there are some truly great pieces of music that site coffee pretty heavily. In fact, we’ve got a tidy little list here of our favorite coffee anthems. This caffeinated playlist is for coffee aficionados, sure, but lovers of great music will enjoy this, even if they’re tea drinkers.
Black Coffee In Bed – Squeeze, 1982
“There’s nothing of your love
That I’ll ever miss
The stain on my notebook
Remain all that’s left
Of the memory of late nights
And coffee in bed”
The Coffee Song – Frank Sinatra, 1946
“Way down among Brazilians
Coffee beans grow by the billions
So they’ve got to find those extra cups to fill
They’ve got an awful lot of coffee in Brazil”
Cigarettes and Coffee – Otis Redding, 1966
“It’s early in the morning
About a quarter till three
I’m sittin’ here talkin’ with my baby
Over cigarettes and coffee,”
Black Coffee – Heavy D, 1994
“A very nice girl but not mistaken for no softy
And that’s the way I want it, yeah, my black coffee
Black coffee, no sugar, no cream
That’s the kind of girl I need down with my team”
Cup Of Coffee – Johny Cash, 1966
“Well just coffee thank you thank you very much
Whoa whoa well well it will cool it down a little bit what is it, man
D’you make it yourself I like to hear you yodel
Just dropped in to have a cup of coffee friend”
What are your favorite coffee anthems? Help grow our coffee playlist by leaving your favorite tune in the comments!
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