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Lyrics: Sleepyhouse


Recorded at: London Bridge Studio, Seattle (Feb - June 1992)
Featuring: Ushed Sabbi Kahn on Sarangi 

 

No time frame, for what I need to do today
Here at the yellow house. I think Iím gonna play
With free liviní 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 arenít ya feeling fine
As I was as a little child
And Iím feeling better when Iím high
With a red light shinning on a little unity
The mistakes that Iíve made
No they donít seem to bother me
I sure as hell donít feel like
I missed any kind of train
If I could only show you how I feel
Then you wouldnít bother me
And then maybe youíd see why we
Donít mind being blind
As I was as a little child
And Iím feeling better when Iím high
With a red light shinning on a little unity
Iíll probably be in a little while

 


Blind Melon @ the Sleepy House

Sleepyhouse is the name the guys gave to the house they rented in Durham, North Carolina just before the recording of their first album.
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"...living in that house for a couple of months was like being in a band for 5 years..."
Christopher Thorn

"...Moving to North Carolina was obviously the best thing for the band because we all got to know each other.  There was a lot going on rather than just the music. There were a lot of relationships being built, and that helped to make the music more sincere..."
Shannon Hoon (Rolling Stone Magazine Oct 1992)


Blind Melon (picture taken by Andy Martin)

 

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