"I Blame You" as written by and Alvin Lee....
Love is all around, I want you to see it from here
Love is just a sound, I want you to hear it from here
I don't know that you don't know my name
But it's all around us just the same
I don't know that you don't know my name
You don't know that I don't know your name

Love is all around, I want you to live it from here
Love is just a sound, I want to sing it for here
I don't know that you don't know my name
But it's all around us just the same
I don't know that you don't know my name
You don't know that I don't know your name

Peace is all around, I want you to need it from here
Peace is just a sound, I want you to hear it from fear
I don't know that you don't know my name
But it's all around us just the same
I don't know that you don't know my name
You don't know that I don't know your name


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"I Don't Know That You Don't Know My Name" as written by Alvin Lee

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    General Commentthis song is so explanatory...
    Jesse is totally hating someone for what they've done wrong and its their fault.
    music seems to be a bit fun like as if the song wasn't serious, just to have fun with which i dig lol
    shatter9on September 14, 2010   Link
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    General CommentJust bought this album a few days ago. Love all the songs on it (Save the acoustic version of Shoot It Out x_x) But this one resonates with me the most. As stated above me, I love how it's sung like it's not serious, yet the lyrics themselves have such a dark tone to them.

    Also as stated before, I believe that this song is about blaming someone for something that they've done, either to the singer "For all the cuts that lead to scars" and to other people "For all the hearts that you broke"
    Eavathon November 09, 2010   Link

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