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Charles Dodgson checks into his regular Whitby Hotel, run by William Smith.
2. Welcome Back To Whitby (Lyrics & Music: Tim Hunter)
Smith: Welcome back to Whitby, Mr Dodgson, Sir. Here is your room key, can I have your signature? Right there, please. And what time would you like breakfast?
Dodgson: Quarter to eight, I musn’t be late. Tomorrow’s
my brother’s wedding – and I have to officiate.
Smith: Good night sir, I hope you sleep well, If you need
anything, just ring the bell.
William (to himself) It’s no good I can’t sleep. Sarah, my
daughter, is still missing, She disappeared from the
drawing room, But I know where she’s been, I got a
message from The Looking Glass, someone called The
Red Queen, who’s got inside Sarah’s head, She said:
Red Queen: She’s given into temptation and she’s playing in my chess game. I’ll indoctrinate her I am changing her brain.
Smith: I got an autographed copy of Alice in Wonderland, I think I understand – there’s only one man, who can help me now. I think there is a connection between Whitby and Lewis Carroll, I know Carroll’s real name ‘cos the signatures are the same.
I know there is a connection between Whitby and Lewis Carroll, this is where Dodgson came, this is where he found his first fame, He had a publication in the Whitby Gazette. It was Wilhelm Von Schmidt, I will never forget, ‘Cos I’m sure it’s about me, William Smith, that story, I’ve known him for a while never needed his help before, Mr Dodgson will you talk to me?
'Through his musical albums, Knaresborough composer Tim Hunter helps bring to life the stories and legends of Yorkshire's
rich heritage.' Yorkshire Post 1st May 2020. Tim Hunter is a singer/songwriter/producer. His musical compositions range from pop ballads through to classic rock and have been enjoyed by audiences both in Europe and the United States....more