"The Door" as written by and Billy/wilson Sherrill....
Love was out to get me, I was afraid of it, I was afraid of it.
I threw things away, then you threw them back at me,
I was afraid of you, I was afraid of you.

Love went out the door, you showed me a door, then you didn't show me a door.
You don't put the work in baby.
I hate to see you, you hate to see me.
We hate to see each other, we hate to see each other parting.

You were once before in love with somebody,
But I don't know who somebody is

I hate to see you, you hate to see me.
We hate to see each other, we hate to see each other parting.
I hate to see you part with no cash.
When I asked to give you cash, you refused


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"The Door [#]" as written by Norris D Wilson Billy Sherrill

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