"Every Door" as written by John Peter Aston, James Stevenson, Michael Aston, Christopher Hamilton Bell and Peter Risingham....
Now isn't it funny
The way they laughed at you
You were just a little kid at school
But now you're a swan
And I'm dreaming on
A day you glide right into my heart

I'm in the mood for your love
I'm in the mood, honey, for your love
Oh hush

I've asked your friends
And they all agree
You're hiding and hiding from me
I've knocked on every door in every street
And I don't know how long it's gonna be

I'm in the mood for your love
I'm in the mood, honey, honey, for your love
Oh hush

Sweet baby
Knocking on doors {Repeat x1]
I'm in the mood, honey

I've knocked on every door in every street
And I don't know how long it's gonna be

What can I do for your love
I'm in the mood honey, honey, for your love


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"Every Door" as written by James Stevenson Christopher Hamilton Bell

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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