This world is an open door
I'm waiting for you to come in
It's a brand new apartment with hard-wood floors
It's a brand new face, brand new skin
This world could be an open door
This light could strip you of your sins
This love could be a beacon
This song could live inside your skin

You've got scales that won't fall off
I've got gloves that won't weigh in
It's a million dollar pinprick
It's a crescent on your skin
It's a star witness for the prosecution
And you wonder what the trial is for

This world is an open door
I'm waiting for you to come in
It's a brand new apartment with hard-wood floors
It's a brand new face, brand new skin
This world could be an open door
This light could strip you of your sins
This love could be a beacon
This song could live inside your skin

Every Saturday night
Every Holiday Inn
Every chance to forget
Open the shades and let the sunlight in
Every horse is a winner
Every glass house is made of tin
Why don't you open the shades and let the sunlight in?
Why don't you open the shades and let the sun shine in?

This world is an open door
I'm waiting for you to come in
It's a brand new apartment with hard-wood floors
It's a brand new face, brand new skin
This world could be an open door
This light could strip you of your skin
This love could be a beacon
This song could live inside your sins

If only you would come in

Why don't you open the shades and let the sunlight in?
Why don't you open the shades and let the sun shine in?
If only you would come in
I'm waiting for you to come in
If only you would come in
I'm waiting for you to come in
Why don't you open the shades and let the sunlight in?
Why don't you open the shades and let the sun shine in?


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