Penelope's Thrill

Penelope's Thrill

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Rock - Alternative | Madison, Wisconsin, United States
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Story Behind the Song

Recorded this track live at home, a single take on a stereo track playing acoustic guitar and singing. Later added the two other guitar tracks and bass. Are you always looking for a doorbell in the sky? Instruments: Michael Kelly Bubinga jumbo acoustic, '78 Guild S-60 electric, Fender Jaguar SS bass

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Lyrics

Doorbell in the Sky
by Timothy Walsh

Never been here? Ever alone?
Never seem to compromise?
Always living in these idle days
with you always on my mind.

Chorus 1:
I don't see it--these final-come places and
you don't say why.
I don't see it--these final-come places
or this doorbell in the sky....


I don't see it--never at home.
Never seen you close your eyes.
Always sleeping through these idle days
with you dreaming through my mind.

Chorus 2:
Never idle? Never alone?
Can I sing you till I die?
Always searching for these final days,
for some doorbell in the sky....

Bridge:
I can tell it--you can see in my home.
There's a pellet of something that grieves me and
I can smell it and I don't want to be here....

Up in heaven--never alone--
Lounge chairs all the time.
Looking down upon these idle days
like partners in a crime.

Chorus 2: "Never idle? Never alone? etc.

After dinner...afternoon...
Hereafter on your mind,
galavanting through these idle days--
Afterlife you'll never find.

Chorus 1: I don't see it--these final-come places etc.
***Words & Music by Timothy Walsh

Song Length
2:53
Genres
Rock - Alternative, Rock - Indie/Low-Fi


Lyric Credits Timothy Walsh
Music Credits Timothy Walsh
Producer Credits Timothy Walsh
Performance Credits Timothy Walsh