A Guiness World Record for Rod?
Rod Stewart claims to have had the longest writing block of his career.
The 68 year-old rocker says he only discovered he had the inspiration to write again after he finished penning his autobiography.
"I’d given up. Simple as that. I had a blank for two decades and just didn’t think I could do it. Then I started writing and it just happened" said Stewart in a recent interview.
"It has been the longest writer’s block ever," he added. "In fact, I should be in the Guinness Book Of World Records."
Both the singer's divorce and his new marriage are charted musically on the album.
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