Listening to the album "Strange Days" the second by the band. Released in 1967 with all song writing credited to the entire band. Douglas Lubahn on bass guitar. The album, although reaching #3 on the charts, was considered by the producer, Paul A Rothchild, to be a commercial failure because he expected it would top the Beatles and all others in sales. Remember with all the great music released in 1967 the top selling album in the USA was "More Of The Monkees" by The Monkees.
"meh... can see why this isn't their best-known work. Good tune, but only mediocre by Doors standards"
it's not a standard bluesy/sonorous doors but a tender, flowing, unassuming psychedelic pop song, still with the prophetic vocal performande of jim morrison. maybe their best song imo, top 5 for sure.