I got stoned in Norman's kitchen, we was talkin' 'bout the facts of life
He asked me was I happy as I reached for the butter knife
I said no and I made a sandwich, I poured myself a cup of tea
When that cat started prayin' the spirit fell on me
I got up to use the bathroom, I said excuse me please
But I couldn't help from laughin' and I felt shaky in the knees
As I leaned against the mirror my heart let out a sigh
Like somethin' heavy left me and I opened up my eyes
I can see I am free and I'm who I wanna be
Mercy me, mercy me, mercy me
Mercy me
I was born in dusty Stockton and I grew up in San Jose
But I never started livin' until I learned to pray
Now my parents they ignore me, they say I've gotten strange
But when you're touched by heaven you know something's bound to change
I can see I am free and I'm who I want to be
Mercy me, mercy me, mercy me
Well, I can see I am free and I'm who I want to be
Mercy me, mercy me, mercy me, yes, yes
But I can see I can be free now
I can be me, I wanna be now
Mercy, mercy, mercy me
Talk about J.C
I can see I am free and I'm who I want to be
Mercy me, mercy me, mercy me
He poured his mercy on me
I can see I am free and I'm who I want to be
Mercy me, mercy me, mercy me
Mercy me, mercy me
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Norman's Kitchen Lyrics

Randy Stonehill – Norman's Kitchen Lyrics

Songwriters: NORMAN, LARRY/STONEHILL, RANDY
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