Romantics, The - Open Up Your Door Lyrics




Left you at eight
You came back at nine
'Cause you got love
It sure is fine

I said uh I, I wanna love you some more
I said uh I, I wanna love you some more
I said uh I, I wanna love you some more
C'mon now and open up your door

An hour can be
Such a long long time
When you're in heat
[?]

I said uh I, I wanna love you some more
I said uh I, I wanna love you some more
I said uh I, I wanna love you some more
C'mon now and open up your door

I said uh I (I)
I said uh I (I)
I said uh I (I)
I said uh I (I)
I said uh I (I)
I (I), I (I), I (I), I wanna love you some more

I'm all on fire
My love inside
Got a big desire
And I ain't lyin'

I said uh I, I wanna love you some more
I said uh I, I wanna love you some more
I said uh I, I wanna love you some more
C'mon now and open up your door

I said uh I (I)
I said uh I (I)
I said uh I (I)
I said uh I (I)
I said uh I (I)
I (I), I (I), I (I), I wanna love you some more

I wanna love you some more
I wanna love you some more
I, I wanna love you some more
I, I wanna love you some more
I, I wanna love you some more

I said uh I, I wanna love you some more
I said uh I, I wanna love you some more
I said uh I, I wanna love you some more
I said uh I, I wanna love you some more

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Romantics, The Open Up Your Door Comments
  1. Roosevelt McCarter

    Open Up Your Door From The Lp "In Heat" and it was released in 1983 via Epic Records. Make sure you download this track on Amazon, Spotify or iTunes.

  2. Carl Horowitz

    Love the Young Lions original, but this one tops it. Fantastic singing by Wally or Jimmy.

    L J Sopjes

    It's Jimmy. Here they are on American Bandstand lip-synching. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UPa-m3sBCwM

  3. Betsy Pierson

    My favorite song ever!

  4. carter mcafee

    To me enemies, Love me to the MAX. CuzZ

  5. icm65

    This album STILL sounds awesome today. So glad they had the sense to not drench the tunes in echo and reverb like so many other artists of this period. Just pure guitars, drums, vocals...

  6. Lawrence Brown

    Still one of the finest rock songs I ever helped write.
    excellent cover of the hit
    I produced for RICHARD AND THE YOUNG LIONS

    SwingingCreeper

    I thought Bob Crewe produced it?

    Norm C.

    SwingingCreeper Larry likes to take credit for everything. Crewe was the producer, Brown and Bloodworth wrote it. Larry knew of a deal between Crewe an Oldham to keep us buried. Funny he won't take credit for that.

    Mayor of Ape City

    The drummer? So that explains what happened to You Can Make It.

    Gotta Have More Tunes

    @Norm C. I love the Richard & The Young Lions version, and it is definitely superior to the Romanticcs version. As for producing, at least according to the labels on my 45 rpm, Brown and Bloodworth did produce it, for Bob Crewe Productions. As for not promoting you... blame the record label. Philips records dropped the ball on a TON of artists back then, because they were too busy promoting the Four Seasons, Dusty Springfield and Bobby Hebb. Great records by Brian Hyland, Bobby St Clair, Ian And The Zodiacs, The Cowsills, Victor And The Spoils, The Serendipity Singers, Joey Paige, The Flamingos and the Jordan Brothers all got pushed to the side because there wasn't enough of a promotional push for all of them. That's hardly the writer or producer's fault and more the fault of the record label and the label reps who went out to push these songs to radio. To deliberately try to bury this record would be stupid. If it became a hit, the writers and producers would've made probably more money than the band would have.

  7. Tom Engel

    Another great Detroit band.Great job on this classic by Richard & the Young Lions

  8. Jerry Toupin

    good...

  9. Gerald The Rat

    love dat bass riff

  10. Mcan Duiken

    What a great cover of a great song!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Love this!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  11. bkell20

    I..... I..........want to love you some more................

  12. cop39fl

    one of the best,,,,,,if  ever stranded on a desert island  c.d......

  13. Motor City Man

    Their BEST LP.

  14. Antonio Stefanini

    Uno dei più bei 100 ritmi di sempre da zompare all night long :-)

  15. brenoldt

    best album ever!

  16. motorcityquig

    The Romantics were from Detroit and the original by Richard and The Young Lions hit number one there back in 1966. I guess this tune was their way of paying homage to the original.

    tom johns

    not a number 1 for the young lions=soory

    SwingingCreeper

    Number 1 in Cleveland, Detroit, Salt Lake City. #2 in Seattle and Vancouver. Not a national hit but a regional one.

  17. iggypopisgod9

    Underrated LP....great party album

  18. Earhead Six

    They do justice to Richard and the Young Lions!

  19. indiodormido

    Pure rock and roll

  20. localwear1

    Great song!!!