Sometimes you never know
Exactly where you're supposed to be
And open doors could close
Then you won't find out where they lead
I was headed to your place just the other day
At this hotel where you stayed
On the way up to your room
I thought to myself, What am I getting into?
'Cause I think I'm falling, falling for you now
But I want to know more before your door swings out

I fell into a room full of confetti and balloons
And it appeared to me like it was midnight on
New Year's Eve
Lipstick and champagne
Is just your way of saying you won't ever let me leave
Hang a note up on the door and throw away the key

'Cause I think I'm falling, falling for you now
But I want to know more before your door swings out

And let me in your world
So I think that you could be
The one for me
Hey
Hey
Hey

My closed mind hasn't slipped
Held tight
Nearly most of the time
So I must admit that
You turned out to be a pleasant surprise
So open wide
Let me in

Then the sun will set on the state of mind
Tomorrow I'll find
Another open door to pour myself into
And into you
So into you

'Cause I think I'm falling (I think I'm falling for you now)
Falling for you now
(I want to know more before your door swings out)
But I ought to know, honey, 'cause doors swing out
And let me in your world (I think I'm falling for you now)
So I think you could be...
But let me, let me in

'Cause I think I'm falling (I think I'm falling for you now)
Falling for you now
I want to know more, then (I want to know more than before your door swings out)
I ought to know, honey, `cause doors swing out

Let me in your world (I think I'm falling for you now)
So I think you could be...
Let me in
Please let me in now
Let me in
Please let me in


Lyrics submitted by CheapWine

Open Doors song meanings
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