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Songs from the Musical Comedy Stitches

by Timothy R. Smith

14 memorable songs frame the story of Jake, an ER nurse, has a hopeless crush on Dr. Genevieve. Whenever she’s around, he hiccups, stammers and falls apart. Jake’s rival is silver-tongued hospital attorney, Max, who cuts Jake to pieces at every pass.
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  Song Share Time Download
1. We Are the Er
7:33 $0.79
2. Can't Stop Thinking of You
3:03 $0.79
3. Who Do You Suppose
4:26 $0.79
4. Kid
3:57 $0.79
5. Stitches
4:16 $0.79
6. Goin'
2:54 $0.79
7. Malpractice Man
3:58 $0.79
8. There's No Easy Way
4:13 $0.79
9. Second Cup of Coffee
3:15 $0.79
10. Never Where I'm At
4:14 $0.79
11. Stitches & Can't Stop (Reprise)
3:30 $0.79
12. Trauma Mama
3:34 $0.79
13. Lie of the Clown
3:24 $0.79
14. Stitches & We Are the Er (Reprise)
5:00 $0.79
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Album Notes
It was 2 AM on some July night of 2003 and I was hopping on foot – or it felt like I was hopping. The fire in my pelvis was like a thousand needles traveling through some tube I couldn’t pronounce, but I knew worse pain was coming – soon. Doc warned me.

I was locked onto my wife’s steady gaze. “Now you know what it’s like having a baby.” Actually, I had been thinking about that old joke: What’s the difference between having a baby and a kidney stone? You don’t have to put the kidney stone through college. In a pathetic way, this was kind of funny – how many guys were up right now at 2 in the morning hopping on one foot?

I’m gonna have a kid kid kid but I can’t say that I’m glad.
I’m gonna have a kid kid kid but I ain’t gonna be a dad.
I’m not sure what I did did did. It hurts me to the bone.
‘Cause I’m gonna have a kid kid kid kid kid kidney stone…

The night I gave I gave birth to a kidney stone, I also gave birth to a song called Kid, which became an idea for a musical about a hospital. It would be called Stitches. But it was always just an idea. Over the years I wrote a couple other tunes for it and convinced myself I was making progress, but writing Stitches was going to be as painful as giving birth to another kidney stone…



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