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Jammer's Waffle House's new single "Ingrid" is a high energy and high emotion that deals with the difficulties of new love and moving on. From soulful lyrics to a full on sax trio Ingrid has plenty to offer and captures Jammer's Waffle House in full force.

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Jumped in a lake to correct your mistake
I thought you said you could swim?

I looked at the wall cause I thought about you all
Aren’t you glad your names not up there?

Just because it’s easy
Just because it’s in
Just because you’re winning
Doesn’t mean that I have to begin

Could you be would you be my lovely Ingrid
Honey don’t stop singing and tell me bout your life
Could you be would you be my lovely Ingrid
Honey don’t singing and carry out the lie

Thought about the day when you tried to walk away
Does this mean this is you?

Thought about the time when we’re caught up in the why
Oh Ingrid this is my goodbye

Could you be would you be my lovely Ingrid
Honey don’t stop singing and tell me bout your wife
Could you be would you be my lovely Ingrid
Honey don’t stop singing and carry out the lie

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released December 29, 2015
Lyrics and Music by Matt Hinojosa

Matt Hinojosa - Lead Vocals/Electric and Acoustic Guitar/Piano/Synth
Jovan Suvajac - Lead Guitar/Synth
Josh Mcpherson - Bass
Nick Triggs - Drums

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JAMMER'S WAFFLE HOUSE Mississauga, Ontario

Jammer’s Waffle House is an Indie Pop Rock band founded in 2012 through a shared passion to make music and entertain. Since the beginning JWH has provided a strong and diverse repertoire spanning across many genres. The band has gained many fans over the years with their unique sound. Whether you’ve loved, lost or even if you’re hungry there is a song to grab your attention. ... more

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