"Who's behind the door?" as written by Jimmy Allen, Wesley Scantlin and Doug Ardito....
We sailed away we walked two thousand miles and then we slipped away
We looked so hard but couldn’t seem to find just what the world was for
Now we know just what the journey’s for

Looking out to the stars think about what you are
What do they think of you animals in their zoo
They haven’t got the time landing is not on their minds
How do we have the nerve we’re animals in preserve

They watch us all they’re only making sure that we don’t trip and fall
Now they looked so hard but they can’t tell us why they’re here and just what for
Because they don’t know who opened up the door

How can we find out more who owns the keyless door
Where does the circle end who are the unwatched men
Where do we go from here faith is a fading fear
Life is a waiting room hope they don’t call me soon
How much more do you really think you know tell me who’s behind the door

(Here is the sound of a thousand Spanish horses)

Who’s behind the door no I’m not afraid of who’s behind the door yeah
Animals in preserve animals in preserve
Who’s behind the door animals in preserve
No I’m not afraid no I’m not afraid no I’m not afraid who’s behind the door

Lyrics submitted by jacobsladder, edited by roscian

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    General CommentRandy Jackson wrote this song questioning death. Who's behind the door refers to the question we all have, What is on the other side if there is anything at all. You can find out for sure just goto Whosbehindthedoor.com
    RACC/E5150on November 05, 2006   Link
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    General CommentRandy Jackson seems to imply that mankind owes it existence to extraterrestrials, but even they don't have all the answers.
    Itsmedroomson December 30, 2016   Link

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