Winston Montgomery
Jasper and His Cereal
Jasper and His Cereal

Words and Music by Winston Montgomery

Jasper and his cereal
A subject quite ethereal
Each night he dreamed of charms and stars
And cereal boxes as big as cars
And nuts and nuggets and frosted chips
And honeyed flakes as big as ships
And fruity loops like hula hoops
But at breakfast time
He knew his fate
A bowl of oatmeal on his plate

His mom said, ? Jasper, I think you?re wrong.
Don?t you want to grow up big and strong
And have the strength to do your best
And scare the bullies and pass the test
And grow as tall as a fortress wall
And score the goal and run real fast
And hit the ball and catch the pass
And play and laugh
And sing out loud
To make your parents very proud??

His Dad said, ?Jasper, we can work it out.
You know I hate to see you pout
On Saturday mornings when our chores are done
We?ll sit in the kitchen and have some fun
Fill giant bowls with those crispy treats
With gallons of milk to wash it down
And say goodbye to your gloomy frown
We will find the sweetness
That we seek
But safely only once??. a week.?

Lyrics Credits: Winston Montgomery
Music Credits: Winston Montgomery
Label Credits: Duvateen Records
Short Song Description:
A young boy deals with his love for sugary breakfast cereals.
Song Length: 3:04
Primary Genre: Pop-Lullaby
Secondary Genre: -
Tempo: Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal: Male Vocal
Subject Matter 1: Baby, Children