"In The Doorway" as written by and Glenn Danzig....
Light
In the doorway
Shining so bright
In the doorway
I clench your hips
For the flesh
You tore my prose

In the doorway
Animal lie
Like the doorway
As you hide
Hear it then
Will you let me in

Let me in
Oh

In the doorway
We were so young
In the doorway
Release the black dogs
On our breasts
We'll never rest

We'll never rest
We'll never forget
I ain't never gonna let you rest

Oh, oh, oh, oh
Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh



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"In the Doorway" as written by Glen Danzig

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    General Commentpoor Glenn...did he get any in high school? haha just kidding...I LOVE how Glenn uses the whole teenage angst thing in a morbid sense..love old fits' LOVE THEM
    BrianRuleson May 06, 2003   Link
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    General CommentMan, i still find it hard to put to words what this song does for me. Hmm, well like the brian dude said, defintely some angst going on there, but also it gives me the whole tragic romance feeling, much like "saturday night" or "die die my darling"
    Fuck it, i love danzig era misfits, and that's that
    leather&spikeson May 09, 2004   Link
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    General Commentfiends fucking rock...
    im so bummed i wasnt born his age then, what were people thinking back then?
    were they even thinking at all?
    im extremly pretty and idve still fucked him...
    mabey angnst mabey tragic romance
    or mabey it is just one of those things glenn does when he feels that no onee is being real enough or scary enough
    he goes and sings a song about rape
    ha ha
    go glenn, my little fiend!!!
    oh the newfits rock too
    specialy chud
    but the new project 1950 thing jerry's gone and done
    all im gonna say is whoa.
    not cool. lame!
    but jerry is still cool
    helenachudon December 03, 2006   Link

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