"I Don't Know" as written by Arthur Ross, Leon Ware, John Stephen Boone, Tre Vant Jermaine Hardson, Rico Love, John Manuel Martinez, Salaam Remi, Romye Robinson, John Benson Sebastian, Mark Douglas Sebastian, Derrick L. Stewart...
Yeah, Right [Repeat: x5]

[Chorus:]
I don't know why (I don't know why)
She keeps on passing me by,
Maybe her eye is on just some other guy,
And I'll forever be that fella on the side,
She passes me by

As I hopped off the train this shawty caught my eye,
I asked her for her name she gave me no reply,
She left me standing there with arrows in my heart,
But yet and still I'm wanting her,
And later on that week while driving in my car,
I could of sworn I saw that shawty walking down the road,
I thought she passed at me while I was staring from afar,
Or is just my young mind wishing

[Chorus]

Come back come back come back come back
Come back
(Come back come back come back come back)
I said come back baby
(Come back come back come back come back) [Repeat: x2]
I want you here by me (Come back come back come back come back) [Repeat: x3]

It gets so confusing this game,
I met a lot of girls but never felt this way,
I get strange pleasure though from going through this pain,
And like a ghost I'm haunting her,
I often fantasize about walking hand in hand
But I don't know her name or if she's got a man,
And the only thing that gives me hope to stay
Is maybe one day she'll notice me

[Chorus]

(Come back come back come back come back)
Why wont you come back (Come back come back come back come back)
I know you want to (Come back come back come back come back)
(Come back come back come back come back)


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"I Don't Know" as written by Dwight Myers Terri E. Robinson

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