"Outside The Door" as written by and Jay Farrar....
Heard about circumstances
Heard about the Devil’s son-in-law
Heard about the high sheriff from Hell

Heard about the Great Migration
Heard about the barrel house
Ragtime in the parlor room downstairs

Can you hear the hum outside the door?
Can you hear the hum outside the door?
Can you hear the hum outside the door?
Can you hear the hum, can you hear the hum?

Steady row and jelly jaw
Heard about the Hooverville
Heard about the long gone stevedores

Heard about prohibition
Heard about the Suki Jung
Wasn’t there to hear “Come on in my Kitchen”

Can you hear the strum outside the door?
Can you hear the strum outside the door?
Can you hear the strum outside the door?
Can you hear the strum, can you hear the strum?

Heard about a gas light square
Heard about Dime D. Morgan
Heard you can’t find New Creek anywhere

Heard about circumstances
Heard about the Devil’s son-in-law
Heard about the high sheriff from Hell

Can you hear the drum outside the door?
Can you hear the drum outside the door?
Can you hear the drum outside the door?
Can you hear the drum, can you hear the drum?


Lyrics submitted by -jeramie-

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