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Springfield Soul Stew

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Springfield Soul Stew is the eighth track on the album The Simpsons Sing the Blues. It is an adaptation of the song "Memphis Soul Stew" by King Curtis. It is mostly spoken word provided by Marge.


(clears throat) Um, today's special is Springfield Soul Stew. We sell so much of this, people wonder what we put in it. Well, we're gonna tell ya right now. (clears throat again) Gimme about a half a teacup of bass.
(bass slaps a riff)
Now I need a pound of fatback drums.
(drums enter)
Now, gimme four tablespoons of boilin' Springfield guitar, this is gonna taste alright.
(guitarist plays a riff)
Mmmm, delicious. Mmm, now just a little pinch of organ.
(organist plays)
Now gimme half a pint of horn.
(saxophonist enters)
Place on the burner and bring to a boil. Yeah, that's it, that's it, that's it right there. Now beat...
(drums play a fill)
...well! Take it, Lisa!
(Lisa blows her horn)
Ooh, woo-ooh!
Ooh, thank you! let's take it on home! 'Cause, uh, we gotta go home!
That's my girl!