"I Know You Well" as written by Adam L. Schlesinger and Chris Collingwood....
This morning under awaking glow
The sun filled our room like December snow
Like morning through an old window
There's a place in your head I will always know

To the same world born two of a kind
If it's on your mind, it'll be on mine ?cause
I know you well
Like the soil in the ground

Grass grown in the shadow of a blow
And if the blow will never toll
You and me grow old
I hope we'll live to tell

How you know I know you knew I know you well
Down under, beneath the softened skin
Where the words we whisper sink in
It's no wonder the way the words still ring

Sure as sin, it's not a secret thing
To the same world born two of a kind
If it's on your mind, it'll be on mine ?cause
I know you well

Like the soil in the ground
Grass grown in the shadow of a blow
And if the blow will never toll
You and me grow old

I hope we'll live to tell
How you know I know you knew I know new york 1991
Here in the same room for so long
Out of the cold November

Still as a passport picture
Still as a passport picture
To the same world born two of a kind
If it's on your mind, it'll be on mine ?cause

I know you well
Like the soil in the ground
Grass grown in the shadow of a blow
And if the blow will never toll

You and me grow old
I hope we'll live to tell
How you know I know you knew I know you well


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"I Know You Well" as written by Chris Collingwood Adam L. Schlesinger

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