Well you're in your little room
And you're working on something good
But if it's really good
You're gonna need a bigger room

And when you're in the bigger room
You might not know what to do
You might have to think of
How you got started sitting in your little room

Da da da
Da da da...


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Little Room Lyrics as written by Will Jennings Eric Patrick Clapton

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    General CommentThis song definitely has analogies to fame, but to me it more symbolizes the general ethereality of the creative process. While in the "little room" your creativity thrives on making something good out of next-to-nothing, you still can't help but wonder what you could accomplish if you had more; but when you finally have access to more, you can get overwhelmed by the options available to you. Sometimes your only recourse to get back to that state of creativity to is to strip back down to the bare essentials.
    pnaomion July 07, 2003   Link

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