"Open the Door" as written by and Judy Collins....
Sometimes I remember the old days
When the world was filled with sorrow
You might have taught I was living
But I was all alone, in my heart the rain was falling
The wind blew, the night was calling
Come back, come back, I'm all you've ever known

Open the door and come on in
I'm so glad to see you my friend
You're like a rainbow coming around the bend
And when I see you happy,well it sets my heart free
I'd like to be as good a friend to you as you are to me

There were friends who could always see me
Through the haze, their smiles would reach me
Saying "OK " saying goodbye, saying hello
Now we've perhaps stormy weather, the sunshine though
When we' re together I' ll be your friend, right through to the end

Open the door and come on in
I'm so glad to see you my friend
You're like a rainbow coming around the bend
And when I see you happy,well it sets my heart free
I'd like to be as good a friend to you as you are to me

Open the door and come on in
I'm so glad to see you my friend
You're like a rainbow coming around the bend
And when I see you happy,well it sets my heart free
I'd like to be as good a friend to you as you are to me

Open the door and come on in
I'm so glad to see you my friend
You're like a rainbow coming around the bend
And when I see you happy,well it sets my heart free
I'd like to be as good a friend to you as you are to me


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"Open the Door" as written by Judy Collins

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