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(OPEN UP THE DOOR) LET THE GOOD TIMES IN (Mitch Torok / Ramona Redd) (1966) Dean Martin I woke up this mornin', Toes out of my shoes; Cold north wind's ahowlin', Bringin' me the blues. I said, "Blues, good mornin', I don't wanna fight, 'Scuse me while I have a smoke, If I can find a light." Open up the door and let the good times in, Don't let nothin' stand in your way; Just open up the door and let the good times in, Tomorrow's gonna be better than today. I went to that cupboard, Found the cupboard bare; What happened to that sip of wine, I had hidden there. Over in the corner, A little mouse laid on its side, He was wearin' such a grin, I thought the mouse had died. Open up the door and let the good times in, Don't let nothin' stand in your way; Just open up the door and let the good times in, Tomorrow's gonna be a better than today. I went called my baby, When she got to the phone; I kinda had a little feelin', My baby was not alone. She said, "Daddy, I'm busy, Call some other time." I don't need that woman, but I sure could use the dime. Open up the door and let the good times in, Don't let nothin' stand in your way; Just open up the door and let the good times in, Tomorrow's gonna be a better than today. Tomorrow's gonna be a better than today. Tomorrow's gonna be a better than today. (Contributed by Ferda Dolunay - September 2005)

    


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