Yeah
Love hides in the strangest places.
Love hides in familiar faces.
Love comes when you least expect it.
Love hides in narrow corners.
Love comes to those who seek it.
Love hides inside the rainbow.
Love hides in molecular structures.
Love is the answer.


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Love Hides Lyrics as written by John Paul Densmore Jim (usa) Morrison

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    Too bad these Doors songs dont have more comments. This song is so good and so underrated. Its obvious what it's about.

    The version(absolutely live?) of this song with the band is amazing, the version where only jim is talking (detroit) these lyrics with the band barely playing just sucks.

    keppj0neson June 26, 2005   Link
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    i dont even know this and im a big the doors fan

    americanprayeron July 05, 2007   Link

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