The Door Is Always Open
|"The Door is Always Open"|
|Single by Dave & Sugar|
|from the album Dave & Sugar|
|B-side||"Late Nite Country Lovin' Music"|
|Writer(s)||Dickey Lee and Bob McDill|
|Producer(s)||Jerry Bradley and Dave Rowland|
|Dave & Sugar singles chronology|
"The Door is Always Open" is a country song written by Dickey Lee and Bob McDill. First recorded by Tennessee Pulleybone for JIM Records, it went to number 75 on the Hot Country Songs charts that year. Waylon Jennings later cut it as an album track for his 1975 album Dreaming My Dreams. A version by Lois Johnson, also in 1975, went to number 70 on the country music chart.
It was the Dave & Sugar version, released in 1976, that was released to radio and became known to audiences. That July, the song became the group's first number one hit on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart.
|U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles||75|
|U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles||70|
Dave & Sugar
|U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles||1|
|Canadian RPM Country Tracks||1|
"All These Things"
by Joe Stampley
|Billboard Hot Country Singles
July 10, 1976
by Red Sovine
"Tonight with Love"
by Carroll Baker
|RPM Country Tracks
July 17, 1976
"Vaya con Dios"
by Freddy Fender
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