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Cooking With Leftovers

by Cooper Getschal and the Beach Boomers

I love to cook with leftovers so i applied the same principles to this CD of original commercial songs. These are unpublished collaborations with some of the world's greatest songwriters that never had a formal demo. Soulful and real.
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1. Ain't No Hole in My Soul
Cooper Getschal
3:33 $0.99
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2. One Like the One I Left Behind
Cooper Getschal
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3. Half Hearted Love
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4. Love Only Knows
Cooper Getschal
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5. Let Me Be the Last to Know
Cooper Getschal
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6. I Got Used to Being Loved
Cooper Getschal
3:10 $0.99
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7. One Man's Trash
Cooper Getschal
4:09 $0.99
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8. The Last One to Find Out Was Me
Cooper Getschal
4:53 $0.99
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9. I Can't Stand Missing You
Cooper Getschal
3:15 $0.99
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10. Just This Once
Cooper Getschal
3:31 $0.99
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11. Old Gypsy Heart
Cooper Getschal
4:27 $0.99
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12. Seems Like Yesterday
Cooper Getschal
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Album Notes
Cooking With Leftovers- Cooper Getschal - Album Notes-

Cooking With Leftovers- I love to cook with leftovers so i applied the same principles to this CD of original commercial songs. These are the songs that never made it to a formal recording. As I started to look for unfinished items i found enough to make a whole CD. That's how it started.

Ain't No Hole In My Soul- I started this song in 1996 while I was leading worship at Trinity United Methodist Church in Huntsville, Alabama. I finally recorded it in 2010. I was thinking about the fact that I felt complete knowing that God was an important part of my life. I realized that even when I run out of stuff (or when my pockets are empty because I don't have any money- as if there was a hole in it and money wouldn't stay there) I still have a strong spiritual comittment that is realisiticly more important than stuff.


One Like The One- Is the story of a man who left the girl of his dreams behind and spent the rest of his life unsuccessfully looking for someone to replace her. I wrote this with a genius named Kent Blazy while I was living in Nashville in the early nineties.

Half Hearted Love- Heartbreak happens when you can only find a half hearted lover whose not really present in the relationship. I started this with Steve Deutsch and we had a great demo back in 2000. The lyrics came from John Bettis. With the ease of today's digital editors we were able to bring it back up and turn it into a record. It's great when your co-producer keeps the material available on all formats


Love Only Knows- Love Only Knows is the story of asking questions about how and why things happen, especially when good things happen. I co-wrote this one with a brilliant writer names Jeff Silbar. very acoustic.

Let Me Be The Last To Know- Sometime in the early 1990's my good friend and collaborator Jeff Silbar asked if i was interested in going to New York with him to write with another writer named Denise Rich. They wanted me to pack up my studio and bring it. So I did and we set it up in a hotel room on the upper west side and went to work. Let me be the last to know is what resulted. This is a master of those sessions.

I Got Used To Being Loved- The story of breakup and the difficulty being alone when you thought you were truly loved.In 1988 I met Harriett Schock and we collaborated on several things. I got used to being loved was one of them and we finished it in 1990. I started working on this this version in 2010

One Man's Trash- This title about opposites was floating around in my head for years before I could put together four similar rhymes for the chorus that really worked.


The Last One To Find Out Was Me- Sometime love leaves a relationship in hurtful ways. Our singer realizes that he made some mistakes along the way.I wrote most of these lyrics as part of another song which turned to be a slow waltz. So I rewrote the chorus and changed the original fast version to the new title.

I Can't Stand Missing You- the torture of touring on the road can make Love seem so painful when you're away from your family and friends. I co-wrote this song with Jeff Barry for a Warner brothers project called N'Motion- long before N Sync. The group touredx with Ringling Brothers circus for a few seasons


Just This Once- The power to make a choice about love and stick to it is very difficult sometimes. I wrote this with Craig Carp in Nashville in 1993 about someone wanting to leave a relationship but finding it hard to go.

Old Gypsy Heart- This song is about a weary tired heart still looking for love. I co-wrote this song with Steve Deutsch and John Bettis in the late 1980's. We worked on it again in 2000 and i finished it up in 2010. It's a brand song that's almost 30 years old.

Seems Like Yesterday- Even though this couple has been in love for years and years, it still feels brand new. I co-wrote this song with Randy McCormick in 1993. This is the original version.

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