I have read half on "Alice In Wonderland" already with the famous "Tea Party" coming up. It's a great read. It is great to read about the "White Rabbit". Besides JA's "White Rabbit" what other songs about Alice can you think of? Right now "Through The Looking Glass" by The Monkees comes to mind and Tom Petty did an "Alice In Wonderland" themed video for "Don't Come Around Here No More".
I don't know that that song was a song about the Alice from "Alice In Wonderland", but the girl's name was Alice. I think an expression from "Alice In Wonderland" got mentioned in "The Long And WInding Road" by The Beatles like the line that goes :
The wild and windy night That the rain washed away Has left "a pool of tears" Crying for the day Why leave me standing here Let me know the way
"A Pool Of Tears" could have been inspired by Alice's pool of tears when she was 10 feet tall. I remember a song from "American Graffiti" called "The Stroll" in which the singer talks about strolling through "Wonderland". And a most glaring inspiration is The Beatle's "I Am The Walrus". I think John Lennon said he was inspired by "Alice In Wonderland" when composing "Do You Want To Know A Secret". That's about all I can think of right now
Took my time doing what? Reading Lewis Carrol? If it's that, then I just got through reading "Duma Key" by Stephen King and I have now gotten halfway through "Alice's Adventures In Wonderland". Good video, but their name is Hypnogaja, I think and no, I haven't heard of them. Got my head stuck in the 60s and 70s.