Francesco Bonifazi
The Rabbit Hole
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Lyrics
The Rabbit Hole

In a world of misery
Yours might seem the place to be
But life is more than you can see
Take a chance and let it be
... (picking fill)

Verse 2
Your life's been really hard
But there's a big 'ol world beyond your backyard
And life is more than you can see
Take my hand and come with me
... into Chorus

Chorus
Lay me down - lay with me
And we'll both dream a fantasy
Don't go down that rabbit hole
When this ol' world's getting old (We'll make a world all our own)
Verse 3
The Rabbit Hole's a maddening place
No one there from the Human Race
They play with your mind - distort (you doubt) what you see
It's the dark side of reality
... (picking fill)

Verse 4
There's a fat old cat who knows a thing or two
With a smile as wide as the oceans blue
But things aren't always what they seem
Not in your world or in a dream
... into Chorus
Bridge (Instrumental)

Verse 5
So stay with me and you will see
We'll make our dreams a reality
But don't go down that Rabbit Hole
We all know what that world holds

Verse 6
Don't go down that Rabbit Hole
To the place where fear takes hold
Stay we me up above
We'll build a world with our love

Lay me down - lay with me
And we'll both dream a fantasy
Don't go down that rabbit hole
We'll make a world all our own


Description
Short Song Description:
This song is intended to help people see another option than a deep, dark Rabbit Hole where things are scarry and depressing.
Story Behind the Song:
A friend tends to go into a deep depression place (Rabbit Hole) where things only make sense to her.

I'm offering to be an option - another reality that she can choose/make become a better choice.
Credits
Lyric Credits: Francesco Bonifazi
Music Credits: Francesco Bonifazi
Producer Credits: Francesco Bonifazi
Publisher Credits: Francesco Bonifazi
Performance Credits: Francesco Bonifazi
Label Credits: Whistling Troubadour Music
Metadata
Song Length: 3:21
Primary Genre: Folk-Americana
Secondary Genre: Folk-Americana
Tempo / Feel: Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal: Male Vocal
Subject Matter 1: Loneliness
Subject Matter 2: Lover
Mood 1: Moving
Mood 2: Engaging
Similar Artist 1: Jason Mraz
Similar Artist 2: James Taylor
Language: English
Era: 1990 - 1999