Rock 'n' roller Jerry Lee Lewis, facing a $2 million tax debt and other bills, has few personal possessions he could use to pay off creditors, a bankruptcy lawyer says. "There's not much left," Norman Hagemeyer, an attorney representing Lewis in federal Bankruptcy Court here, said.

Lewis, 53, filed for bankruptcy Nov. 8, citing debts of more than $3 million and income of about $5,000 a month, Hagemeyer said.The Internal Revenue Service has been squabbling with Lewis since 1975, and tax agents have seized cars, furniture and other property from him several times over the years.