"Inn Of The Seventh Ray" as written by and Eleanor Friedberger....
You promised to take me to the Inn Of The Seventh Ray
I hoped and I hoped, but no, I wouldn't pray
The trip from here to South Pasadena is a long walk home
A long hard look at yourself
But you promised to take me to the Inn Of The Seventh Ray
But you promised to take me to the Inn Of The Seventh Ray
If you only knew a way

If Highland Park isn't close enough, there's that place on the way
The Inn Of The Seventh Ray
Take a lecture in stereoscopics to show us the way
To see with one eye open and one eye closed
Can we keep one eye open and one eye closed on the rest of the world?
I don't think so!
But you promised to take me to the Inn Of The Seventh Ray
You promised to take me to the Inn Of The Seventh Ray
If you only knew a way

Watch Footloose with the biggest bottle of vodka in the world
Tequila in the ?? for a break-in reunion of the old ?
Let's pose together, my sister, in the mirror of the wet bar
The only girl I see myself is you
You promised to take me to the Inn Of The Seventh Ray
You promised to take me to the Inn Of The Seventh Ray
If you only knew a way

If Highland Park isn't close enough, we can stop at my place on the way
To the Inn Of The Seventh Ray
Watch us go wiggling in Wombleton on your boulevard
Climb up and down to the car in the commercial
That pays for us to eat at The Inn Of The Seventh Ray
But since the handle is broken, I can't get out
You're gonna have to get yourself out of this, yes yes!
You promised to take me to the Inn Of The Seventh Ray
You promised to take me to the Inn Of The Seventh Ray
You promised to take me to the Inn Of The Seventh Ray
But you didn't know the way


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"Inn of the Seventh Ray" as written by Eleanor Friedberger

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