"That Alice" as written by and Laura Veirs....
Born in Detroit, then she studied in France,
She played the harp, she played the jazz
With John Coltrane, she became his wife,
Made a lot of music before he died.

That Alice, made a palace,
For us to hear.
That Alice, made a palace,
For our ears.

She moved to California, became a swamini
Living in a place near Malibu Beach,
I never had the chance, to see her play.
I listen to the records and I feel the waves.

That Alice, made a palace,
For us to hear,
That Alice, made a palace,
For our ears.

Made a million journeys in your mind,
I can feel it in the way that you keep time,
I wonder if she's watching, up above the clouds,
What happened to her spirit, is it still in the ground.
I can hear her, in that spinning ______
Living in a jukebox ________

That Alice, made a palace,
For us to hear,
That Alice, made a palace,
For our ears.

That Alice,
That Alice,
That Alice,
That Alice.


Lyrics submitted by Cyberghost, edited by KingLear

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