"Jonathan's Book" as written by and Adam Teddy Thompson....
Jonathan lives all on his own
He can't have distraction in the home
He stays locked in most days and nights
Trying to create while the neighbors fight

He says, I don't have any inspiration
And my subject matter lacks invention

Jonathan's writing a book you see
It's gonna be a masterpiece, a feat
He doesn't have a title or a plot
But he knows what's good and he knows what's not

He says, I don't have any inspiration
And my subject matter lacks invention
If I only had an opening line
Well I'm sure the rest would turn out fine

He's planning on at least a thousand pages
It has to be a story for the ages
But from War & Peace to How To Cook
There's not much left for Jonathan's book

He says, I don't have any inspiration
And my subject matter lacks invention
If I only had an opening line
Well I'm sure the rest would turn out fine



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"Jonathan's Book" as written by Adam Teddy Thompson

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