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(Clarke / Hicks / Nash)
Side, step inside.
You can knock on my door anytime you're passing by
You don't need an invitation, step inside.
We'll have tea and crumpets toasted by the fireside.
You don't need an invitation, step inside.

Step inside my doorway. There's no admission fee at all.
If you're in the neighborhood, you only have to call.

I'll be glad to see you, it just cannot be denied.
It's been a long time since I held you, step inside.

Don't tell your mother about me.
She'll only get angry knowing you've come back.
What her heart can't see can't hurt her.
So take my hand and step inside, take my hand and step inside.

Don't tell your mother about me.
You know she'll only get angry knowing you've come back.
What her heart can't see can't hurt her.
So take my hand and step inside, take my hand and step inside.

If it gets too late, I have a bed that you can use.
You don't need an invitation
If you feel the inclination
You just call on speculation.
Step inside.

Side, step inside.
Step inside.
Step inside.
Step inside.



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