Gary Kazazian

Gary Kazazian – Maple Door Lyrics

Maple Door Lyrics by Gary Kazazian


Summer came the robins flew and Your eyes said u had room
That maple door your father built he framed for us to bloom
And my mother said son build a life
But you don’t love me anymore
No you don’t love me anymore
Yeah you just want me out that door

Autumn came I tied my tie cause my father taught me pride
Then he said son listen up Mike followed his heart
So I wove the suit and the song
But you don’t love me anymore
No you don’t love me anymore
Now you just want me out that beat up maple door

Now you are a hummingbird
You’ve been singing to your heart like your father told you to
And I’ve been listening for years to my corporate pulse
But I love you
I do

But you don’t love me anymore
Like you did when they clapped for us
I don’t blame you
But sometimes love just needs some hammers and some nails

Never mind


GARY KAZAZIAN LYRICS


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