"Outside My Door" as written by Michael Karoli, Jaki Liebezeit, Malcolm Mooney, Irmin Schmidt and Holger Schuering....
Many things are you afraid of, you say nothing.
Take many things serious, I ask
“Can you hear the train whistle outside the door?
I can hear the train whistle outside my door.”

Any colour is bad,
Any colour is bad,
Any colour is bad,
That’s what you say.

When will we be home, be at home, a line, no questions?
Now I don’t know what I feel, “be easy”, Jaki said that.
I just saw her, could say another colour, I don’t know if that’s good or bad.
"For five colours will make the ears blind”, Jaki said that.
Actually here’s the sound, I hear that.

Can you hear the train whistle outside the door?
I could dance to your front times in defence, maybe sometimes more.
Now and then, as I read before, they’re dying on the dancefloor.
Can you hear the train whistle outside my door?

Why don’t you dance us some more?
Why don’t you dance us some more?
Why don’t you dance us some more
Like before?

Why don’t you dance us some more?
Why don’t you dance us some more?
Why don’t you dance us some more
Like before?

Many things are you afraid of, you say nothing.
Take many things serious, I said “yes” with a smile.
Can you hear the train whistle outside my door, yeah?
Can you hear the train whistle outside my door, yeah?
Can you hear the train whistle outside my door,
Outside my door, outside my door,
Outside my door, outside my door,
Outside my door, outside my door,
Outside my door, outside my door,
Outside my door?


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