Breakfast in Bed Lyrics

Dusty Springfield


publisher: ©Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
writers: Donnie Fritts, Eddie Hinton, Edward Hinton
album: Track 6 in album Dusty in Memphis
release date: 1969-3
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genres: Funk / Soul Blues Pop
styles: Blues Rock/Rhythm & Blues/Pop Rock
length: 2:57
producer: Arif Mardin, Jerry Wexler and Tom Dowd
engineer: Ed Kollis
brass arranger: Tom Dowd
brass arranger & strings arranger: Arif Mardin
conductor: Gene Orloff
background vocals: The Sweet Inspirations
bass guitar: Tommy Cogbill
drums: Gene Chrisman
guitar & sitar: Reggie Young
electric piano & organ: Bobby Emmons
composer: Donnie Fritts, Eddie Hinton
lyricist: Eddie Hinton, Donnie Fritts

Cover Art

Dusty Springfield Dusty in Memphis cover art
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You've been cryin'
Your face is a mess
Come in baby
You can dry the tears on my dress
She's hurt you again
I can tell
Oh, I know that look so well

Don't be shy
You've been here before
Pull your shoes off, lie down
And I will lock the door

And no-one has to know
You've come here again
Darling it will be
Like it's always been before
Come on over here

Breakfast in bed
And a kiss or three
You don't have to say you love me
Breakfast in bed
Nothing need be said
Ain't no need

What's your hurry?
Please don't eat and run
You can let her wait, my darling
It's been so long
Since I've had you here
You will come again
Darling it will be
Like it's always been before
Hey child

Breakfast in bed
And a kiss or three
You don't have to say you love me
Breakfast in bed
Nothing need be said

Breakfast in bed
And a kiss or three
You don't have to say you love me
Breakfast in bed
Nothing need be said, yeah
You don't have to


Track Listing


12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Just a Little Lovin’
  • 2 So Much Love
  • 3 Son of a Preacher Man
  • 4 I Don’t Want to Hear It Anymore
  • 5 Don’t Forget About Me
  • 6 Breakfast in Bed
  • 7 Just One Smile
  • 8 The Windmills of Your Mind
  • 9 In the Land of Make Believe
  • 10 No Easy Way Down
  • 11 I Can’t Make It Alone