By Strawberry Alarm Clock, right!? OK -- and what was on the B side of that 45?
"Good sense, innocence, crippled and kind.
Dead kings and many things I can't define.
Oh Cajun spice, sweats and blushers your mind.
Lollipops and Laudanum, the color of thyme.
Who cares what games we choose?
Little to win, but nothing to lose.
Lollipops, laudanum, lollipops, laudanum.
Oh, I believe it's a track called, Rainy Day Mushroom Pillow
Oh, man, just remembering that song recalls my PH-imbalanced youth and time spent in rooms lit by black light and my inner radiance. Oh -- I am having a fishback! Imagine that song turned into a movie based on a Lewis Carroll-Steven King-Vincent Bugliosi mash-up: Rainy Day Mushroom Dirty Pillows! On a misty day, Little Alice is given a savory tea by Divine. After drinking it, she falls down a rabbit hole and plonks down in The Factory, where she has a bad trip, the foil walls morphing into the face of her mother screaming about her dirty pillows. Screaming and shots of terrified eyes ensue, all set to the sound of Robert Mitchum singing "Lean on Jesus" as he did in "Night of the Hunter", with Black Label Society as back-up. Liza Minnelli (who gets lots of soft-focus close-ups) appears and introduces her to Charlie Manson, who convinces her that she is beautiful and that her pillows aren't dirty at all. Elvis gives her a pink caddy that she names "Christine," and she moves to L.A., where she terrorizes pregnant women by driving said car through their houses and writing "Helter Skelter" in pig blood on their walls. Bugliosi knows what's up, but has to make the case against her. He finally does, of course, and she wakes up in jail 40 years later, finds the real Jesus, and is refused parole.