"You don't know" as written by Leslie Pridgen, Minnie Riperton, Richard J. Rudolph, Leon Ware and Mickey R. Davis....
Sometimes everything seems awkward and large
Imagine a Wednesday evening in march
Future and past at the same time
I make use of the night and start drinking a lot
Although not ideal for now it's all that I've got
It's nice to know your name

You don't know, you don't know
You don't know anything 'bout me

An ocean, a lake, I need a place to drown
Let's freeze the moment because we're going down
Tomorrow you'll be gone, gone, gone
You're laughing too hard, this all seems surreal
I feel peculiar, now what do you feel
You think there's a chance that we can fall

You don't know, you don't know
You don't know anything about me
What do I know, I know your name
You don't know, you don't know
You don't know anything about me anymore

I gave up dreaming for a while
I gave up dreaming for a while

I've noticed these are mysterious days
I look at it like a jigsaw puzzle and gaze
Wide open mouth and burning eyes
If only I could start to care
My dreams and my Wednesdays ain't going nowhere
Baby, baby, baby, you don't know
You don't know
You don't know
You don't know anything 'bout me
What do I know, I know your name

You don't know, you don't know
You don't know anything 'bout me

Baby, baby, baby, you don't know
You don't know
You don't know
You don't know anything 'bout me anymore


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"You Don't Know" as written by Tom Helsen Jonathan Ivo Gilles Hem Vandenbroeck

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    My InterpretationI think it's about a guy who goes to the bar to drink and think about life. He meets someone who is trying to talk to him, laughing at what he says and he wonders if anything after tomorrow could happen between them
    utologyon February 14, 2010   Link

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