"Stranger at My Door" as written by Charlie Black, Rory M. Bourke and Kerry Chater....
Well hello my old friend
You know it's sure good to see you again
There's no need to explain where you've been
Just open up the door, come on in

Well it's been quite a while
But you can still light the room with your smile
No, I won't scold you like a runaway child
Just open up the door, come on in

'Cause you'll never be a stranger at my door
You can't hurt me hard enough that I don't know you anymore
You'll never be a stranger at my door

I know you won't stay
But it's somethin' you don't have to say
Let's just share what we have for today
As if you'd never gone away

You'll never be a stranger at my door
You can't hurt me hard enough that I don't know you anymore
You'll never be a stranger at my door

Well hello my old friend
You know it's sure good to see you again
And there's no need to explain where you've been
So just open up the door, let yourself in



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"Stranger at My Door" as written by Kerry Chater Charlie Black

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