"Window Is the Door" as written by Daniel John Dideer, David S. Von Bohlen and Eric Axelson....
You just want the phone to ring
The dogs to bark and the wind to sing
Your name here in the car

And we're just staring at the flies
They're all dying to get inside
It's so strange how hard luck keeps

It gets so easy to leave
The work and aeroplane we see
As just exits from now

Worlds collide and we depart
All my clothes get strewn about
Well who really owns the floor

I'm not your way out
I'm not your way out
I'm not your way out

All the cities left undone
The bricks in time turned back to mud
The weekend plans are gone

There's no one coming down the hall
The kingdoms to come will surely fall
We curtain-call and tie one on

I'm not your way out
I'm not your way out
I'm not your way out
I'm not your way out
I'm not your way out
I'm not your way out


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"Window Is the Door" as written by Daniel John Didier Daniel John Dideer

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