(acoustic guitar and violin)
With lyrics and credits following:
I've got a feeling,
that moves so slow,
in the morning glow,
lift the curtain,
call my name,
to be certain,
while the seasons change,
well, we'll set sail into another land,
just open the door and take my hand,
Im waiting for you, to step through the mirror,
to step through your dreams,
to be here with me,
take the mystery,
for a carriage ride,
into the valleys,
where my fathers sigh,
don't let me linger,
paint a picture,
of the loving pair,
then we'll touch and go for a dream,
inside the warm waves of a sweet memory,
when you step through the mirror,
when you step through your dreams,
when you're here with me,
think it over,
I want you to know,
when you discover,
what you let show,
it's our secret,
I can say,
I believe it,
day by day,
cause every little thing turnin'you around,
is more of a secret than what I've found,
since lately, you stepped through the mirror,
since lately, you're here with me,
since lately, you step through your dreams,
since lately, you're here with me,
- Written by Nonone Verlisse [Guitar, voice]
- thank you Theodora [violin and laughter]
[ recorded on a Yamaha 4-track porta-studio cassette ]
*COPYRIGHT BY NONONE VERLISSE
The photos included come from a book entitled ''Reflections in a Looking Glass'' published as a centennial celebration of Lewis Carroll's death. It is complied with some text added by Morton N. Cohen. There are some very interesting photos included that are surprising. Many are family and friends, young and old. One in particular met my eye, Aldous Huxley's mother Julia. Over all it reveals another aspect of life when ghost stories were at their height of popularity giving way to the birth of the detective novel. The Bavarian king Ludwig was going wild building castles, the impressionists were living it up in Paris, the wild west was being won, and imperialism was on its last leg, with so much more to be said. The book is published by Aperture at $50.00 in the states and 31.25L in England. Their website is: www.aperture.org and their phone numbers are: 212-598-4205 or 800-929-2323.
Lewis Carroll Society; Charles Lutwidge Dodgson as writer, pioneer photographer, professor of mathematics, logician.
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, a young girl who follows and grows, shrinking For The Door, Stuck In The Rabbit's House, The Red Queen's "off with her head!" sequences:
One pill makes you larger
And one pill makes you small
And the ones that mother gives you
Don't do anything at all
Go ask Alice
When she's ten feet tall
And if you go chasing rabbits
And you know you're going to fall
Tell 'em a hookah smoking caterpillar
Has given you the call
Oh, Alice, dear where have you been?
So near, so far or in between?
What have you heard what have you seen?
Alice, Alice, please, Alice!
Oh, tell us are you big or small
To try this one or try them all
Its such a long, long way to fall
Alice, Alice, oh, Alice
How can you know this way not that?
You choose the door you choose the path
Perhaps you should be coming back
Another day, another day
And nothing is quite what is seems
Youre dreaming are you dreaming, oh, Alice?
Oh, how will you find your way?
Theres not time for tears today.
So many doors how did you choose
So much to gain so much to lose
So many things got in your way
No time today, no time today
Be careful not to lose your head
Just think of what the doormouse said Alice!
Did someone pull you by the hand?
How many miles to Wonderland?
Please tell us so we'll understand
Alice Alice Oh, Alice
Oh how will you find you way?
Alice: デザインスタジオ、「アリス フロム ジャパン」
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In der aufregenden Reise von Alice, voller Fantasie und Ideen, erlebt man die Sicht und Gefühlswelt eines Kindes
Alice, ist es als wäre es echt
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