"Close Another Door" as written by Barry Gibb, Maurice Ernest Gibb and Robin Hugh Gibb....
Many years have passed, it seems,
And I am all alone.
I've sent the children far away
To some obscure unknown.

[Chorus: x2]
It's so sad,
So sad.
Close another door.
Listen to my eyes.
Close another door.
You're much too old to work,
So won't you run away?

When I was young, I used to say
That age won't bother me.
The life I had was very sad,
It all went out to sea

[Chorus]

And though the sun is in outside,
The rain is in my hair.
Now my life is lived inside,
(Now all my life is mystified)
My home is in my chair.

[Chorus]

Let me go.
Send me flowers and
Put me on a plane.
I've paid before,

So I've been told
At least I'm alive

I may be old but I've been told at least I'm still alive
Fly me young, fly, and tomorrow, yeah
Get me up
I been working so, so very hard


Lyrics submitted by nabzouk

"Close Another Door" as written by Maurice Ernest Gibb Barry Gibb

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group

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