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What "White Rabbit" by Jefferson Airplane REALLY means...
As the bluff lead singer with San Francisco band Jefferson Airplane , no-one embodied the free-thinking spirit of the times like she did. For those for whom love, peace and LSD were inseparable, it became an anthem. It became the signature for the people who were doing the things it had reference to. But does it work on different levels other than just a drugs song? Yeah, it does. Slick herself always maintained that White Rabbit was aimed at hypocritical parents and their habit of reading drug-laced stories to children at their most impressionable age. Eat me!
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Top definition. One of the many mistical figures that leads you into a hole of psychological discovery. Sometimes related to using psychedelic drugs like lsd, but also used in hypnosis and meditation to reach a desired destination such as a different level of consciousness or location The main verb attached to the white rabbit is to follow. Follow the white rabbit. White Rabbit drugs. You'll always be my white rabbit , my favorite bad habit. White rabbit unknown.
It was released as a single and became the band's second top success, peaking at number eight  on the Billboard Hot Slick quit them and joined Jefferson Airplane to replace their departing female singer, Signe Toly Anderson , who left the band with the birth of her child. The first album Slick recorded with Jefferson Airplane was Surrealistic Pillow , and Slick provided two songs from her previous group: her own "White Rabbit" and "Somebody to Love", written by her brother-in-law Darby Slick and recorded under the title "Someone to Love" by the Great Society. Both songs became top hits  for Jefferson Airplane and have ever since been associated with that band. It uses imagery found in the fantasy works of Lewis Carroll —'s Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and its sequel Through the Looking-Glass —such as changing size after taking pills or drinking an unknown liquid.