"Open Door" as written by and Alecia Moore Dallas Green....
I recall
The time when you and I would talk a little more
To each other face to face, through love and war
Well I hope there will always be an open door, for me
But I know
That home is just some place I always leave behind
It's with me everywhere I go and I close my eyes
I know someday I'll catch you in the by and by, I know
I know

Dear mother
I know I have been away for far too long
Dear mother
Hope you understand it when you hear this song
'Cause you taught how to be right in a world gone wrong
Gone wrong

But it ain't
It ain't how long you live, it's how you live your life
Burn bright until the grave don't shy away from the light
'Cause I won't waste my days
I will use my time
My time
My time

Dear father
I know I have been away for far too long
Dear father
I know you'll understand it when you hear this song
'Cause you taught how to be right in a world gone wrong
Gone wrong

I recall
The time when you and I would talk a little more
To each other face to face, through love and war
Well I hope there will always be an open door for me


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"Open Door" as written by Dallas Green Alecia Moore

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