"You Don't Know Anything" as written by and Brian David James Briggs....
I've got my head down in my books,
I've been reading all weekend,
But I don't learn anything
Because my mind is full of emptiness,
I've less energy than a stick of celery.
And then you call me up, down in Jericho,
To see if I'll go for a drink or two

But I don't want you to see,
What the lonely nights are doing to me,
Bit my fingers to the bone,
And I don't want to hear you say,
You let what happened anyway
'Cos you don't know anything

I was a stronger man than you when I loved Delilah,
With her pants on fire
But then she cut my hair and left me here,
With more inertia than a limpet on the shore
When the tide falls so low I feel like letting go,
Though I should go to my family

But I don't want you to see,
What the lonely nights are doing to me,
Bit my fingers to the bone,
And I don't want to hear you say,
You let what happened anyway
'Cos you don't know anything
And I don't want to hear you say,
You let what happened anyway
'Cos you don't know anything



Lyrics submitted by liliroze, edited by jokker

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