Jazz at the Bookstore

Album: Time Being (2006)

Songfacts®:

  • Sexsmith wrote all the lyrics for this song at the Laundromat. He recalled to The Guardian January 17, 2013: " I had the whole lyric done by the time my clothes were dry. All I had to do was fold them up and figure out what to do with the words."

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