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A MILLION MILES AWAY BEHIND THE DOOR From the show "Paint Your Wagon" (1951) (Frederick Loewe / Alan Jay Lerner) Send back the world There's too much night for me The sky is much too high To shelter me when darkness falls Four cabin walls Would be just right for me I need a threshold I can cross When I can sit and gather moss Forevermore A million miles away behind the door Roll up the plains There's too much view for me There's so much space between The waiting heart, and whispered word It's never heard One room will do for me Where every evening I can stare At someone smiling from his chair Across the floor A million miles away behind the door Where every evening I can stare At someone smiling from his chair Across the floor A million miles away behind the door No fears No fools No lies No rules Just doing with my life What life is for A million miles away behind the door

    


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