I went to Nevada earlier this year. It was my first time there, and also my first time to go to a certain restaurant, about which I have heard people rave. Maybe this blog post could inspire a new marketing campaign for them.
After my experience, I composed a song. Remember that it was the spring, so there was a slight wind and it was not too hot yet. We visited the restaurant after driving back from some attraction. Picture that it is late, after the sun went down.
Without further ado, here is the song. I hope you like it
On a dark desert highway, cool wind in my hair
Warm smell of carnitas, rising up through the air
Up ahead in the distance, I saw a shimmering light
My head grew heavy and my stomach thin, I had to stop for a bite
There it stood in the strip mall, it could my hunger quell
I was thinking to myself, “This could be heaven or something else”
Then she asked for my order and she showed me the way
There were voices behind the counter, I thought I heard them say
Welcome to the restaurant called Chipotle
Such a yummy place (such a yummy place)
Such a yummy space
Plenty of food at the restaurant called Chipotle
Any time of year
You can find it here
There are more verses to write. I don’t have them all down yet, but here are some of the phrases that should go into the song:
- her rice is cilantro-twisted
- some eat to remember, some eat to forget
- so I called to the cashier, please bring me my lime
- and she said, “we are all just customers here, of our own device.”
Now if only I could find a good tune to go with the words… Someone contact the Eagles and see if they can help.
And from what I hear from people near a Chipotle, once you start frequenting a Chipotle, you can’t stop. To put it another way, you can check out any time you want, but you’ll come back later.
Or something like that.
Behold, as wild donkeys in the wilderness They go forth seeking food in their activity, As bread for their children in the desert.