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Someone's knockin' at the door
Somebody's ringin' the bell
Someone's knockin' at the door
Somebody's ringin' the bell
Do me a favour open the door and let'em in.

Sister Suzie
Brother John
Martin Luther
Phil and Don
Brother Michael
Auntie Gin
Open the door and let'em in.

Someone's knockin' at the door
Somebody's ringin' the bell . . .
Sister Suzie
Brother John
Martin Luther
Phil and Don
. . .
Uncle Ernie
Auntie Gin
Open the door and let'em in.



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    UnregisteredMay 21, 2012 at 1:13 pm
    Paul mccartney and the wings were having a seance and paul mccartney is asking the medium to let the arriving spirits in. It is a song about a seance by paul mccartney and the wings.
  • U
    UnregisteredSep 25, 2011 at 1:40 pm
    The writer of this song clearly was hallucinating while writing as he witnesses relative after relative heading towards his door and he begs for someone to open the door and let them in. His list of family members changes, so there is proof his hallucinations change as he's writing the song.

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