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My front door is open for someone like you won't you come in for a while
My front door is open for someone like you gee but I like your smile
So come on in then let's get well acquainted I'll bet that you'll like me too
And the two of us fault ever fuss so everything's all right
My front door is open for you
[ steel - fiddle ]
My front door is open for someone like you but it's been closed a long long time
I've sat at home my telephone don't ring anymore
I seldom see that ol' sunhine
Although I haven't got a lot to offer I've got a heart that's true
It's plain to see that you and me could get along just fine
My front door is open for you



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    UnregisteredNov 11, 2011 at 4:40 pm
    Why is it so hard to understand i want to know the damn chords used it the song my front door is open by hank thompson

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