How would you like to have breakfast with Prince? Such a meal would not be your typical, boring Denny’s morning grub, that’s for sure. And as skinny as he is, the cat probably eats like a bird. That means chances are good he’d just sit there watching you munch, which would be super awkward.
This five-song EP features five different mixes of Prince’s ode to morning sex, “Breakfast Can Wait.” The point being, if a girl is this hot, any meal can wait -- even the most important meal of the day.
Stylistic variations here match Prince’s eclectic ability to create music in any genre he puts his mind to. For instance, one version, titled “Grits ‘N’ Gravy,” is bass-driven, with a 4/4 disco beat, while “Espresso” is smooth jazz mixed in with funk. The final "Buttermilk" mix features a percussion-heavy, organ-accented old school soul approach.
Lyrically, Prince sure comes off like one horny Jehovah’s Witness. He can be heard warning, “You can’t leave a black man in this state.” He may not be ordering fast food, but he certainly is demanding his food fast.