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Rabbit Hole


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Warren Smith

 Genre: Art Rock

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This is one of those song ideas that generates numerous storylines leading off in multiple directions, which in turn leads to several production efforts piling up on the hard drive, none of which ever seem to capture the sum and substance of the idea.

This version strips away all of the social and political lyrical accretions and lets the song be a more simple expression. Still, there's plenty of clutter in the soundtrack, which is a rabbit hole in itself, I guess.
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Lyrics
RABBIT HOLE

I can tell you want to go
Down that forbidden rabbit hole
You’re such a saucy sassy lass
Step right through the looking-glass

Our rendezvous was a resounding success
You left my space a total mess
It’s like a hurricane blew through my apartment
That’s okay - clean-up and maintenance that’s my department

Do you remember when
We first became friends
It was such a long long time ago
When we went down that rabbit hole
Song Stats
Hits: 65
Comments: 7
Fans: 11
Plays: 15
Downloads: 1
Votes: 0
Uploaded: Jul 12, 2018 - 09:47:39 AM
Last Updated: Jul 12, 2018 - 09:47:39 AM Last Played: Jul 16, 2018 - 09:14:33 AM
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Comments
Philip18 said 4 days ago (July 12th, 2018)
Rabbit Hole
Plenty going on here to keep the entertainment coming. Unmistakeable guitar lines and quirky lyrics. All good fun!
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Warren Smith said 3 days ago (July 13th, 2018)
Jumpy
I'm not the happiest with the overall balance of the soundtrack, but I guess you can't expect quality acoustics when you are recording in a hole.
Check out my latest song called Rabbit Hole
DWL said 3 days ago (July 13th, 2018)
STRIPPED AWAY
If that's the stripped down version then I can't imagine what else you had in there!

Imaginative lyrics, delivery and music.

Undeniably Warren!

Cheers

Dick


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Warren Smith said 3 days ago (July 13th, 2018)
Inconsistency
I might not have been clear about the stripping part. I was specifically talking about the lyrics, which were originally bloated with political and social references, and that's what I put on a diet. At the same time, I kept adding sounds and notes, so I suppose that represents an inconsistency in the production.
Check out my latest song called Rabbit Hole
VicDiesel said 2 days ago (July 14th, 2018)
Rabbit hole
Let's hope that was a long time ago. I'm so past drama.

Cool track, especially with the synths.
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Calchas said 4 hours ago (July 16th, 2018)
Ha ha!
Fun quirky concept! Production good on the headphones... Smiled through the whole piece. :-)

Be well friend!
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J.A.Stewart said 4 hours ago (July 16th, 2018)
JabberwAcky
Alas, In Blunderland a fall is always a trip of one sort or another, leading to the most peculiar of surroundings, characters and circumstances.

I guess we've all been down one rabbit hole or another. Thanks for the glimpse into yours. ;)
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Name: Warren Smith
Location: Brooklyn NY USA
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Born in a Minnesota blizzard, I'm now residing in a coastal heat of Brooklyn, New York City. I recorded my first original composition as a teenager using a reel-to-reel tape recorder back in 1967, and I'm still finding it a creative challenge... [see more]

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Genre Info
Art rock is a sub-genre of rock music that is characterized by ambitious lyrical themes and melodic or rhythmic experimentation, often extending beyond standard pop song forms and toward influences in jazz, classical, or the avant-garde. The art rock

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