"Sleepyhouse" as written by Christopher John Thorn, Thomas Rogers Stevens, Brad Smith, Shannon Hoon and Glen Graham....
No time frame, for what I need to do today
Here at the yellow house. I think I'm gonna play
With some free livin' lads down the street aways away

As I feel the moon rise
The time that all feels is the right time
Here in our sleepy house
As I wipe eye bugs away, the candle flickers at me to say
And in my head I sometimes pray

Hey aren't ya feeling fine
As I was as a little child
And I'm feeling better when I'm high
With a red light shinning on a little unity

The mistakes that I've made
No they don't seem to bother me
I sure as hell don't feel like
I missed any kind of train
If I could only show you how I feel
Then you wouldn't bother me
And then maybe you'd see why we don't mind being blind

As I was as a little child
And I'm feeling better when I'm high
With a red light shinning on a little unity
I'll probably be in a little while.


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"Sleepyhouse" as written by Christopher Thorn Brad Smith

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    General CommentThe mistakes that I've made
    No they don't seem to bother me
    I sure as hell don't feel like
    I missed any kind of train
    If I could only show you how I feel
    Then you wouldn't bother me
    And then maybe you'd see why we don't mind being blind

    As I was as a little child
    And I'm feeling better when I'm high
    With a red light shinning on a little unity

    These are some of the best, most beautiful lyrics ever written and performed. I love this song and always will.

    This reminds me of my best friend (who named his first born son "Shannon") and before his son was born he was living in a big yellow house with a horrible pregnant woman. He would often escape down the block to where my other "best friend" and I were living.

    A comment would always be made about the "yellow house" and the "free livin lads down the street" It was a great time in my life and his son Shannon is almost 7 years old now I think.
    Bellyfull of Swanson January 14, 2005   Link

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