"I Don't Know How You're Livin'" as written by and Lucinda Williams....
I cared for you
Dared to do
What I was never prepared to do
I've talked you down
Driven you around
All but followed you underground

I've defended you
Commended you
I've seen it through to the end with you
I've supported you
Encouraged you
Comforted and consoled you

I don't know how your livin'
I don't know where you are
And you may not be willing
To open up the door

If you should ever wonder
You shouldn't have to ask
'Cause I hope you know brother
I've always got your back

I've paid for you
I've borrowed for you
I've planned all my tomorrows for you
I've believed in you
Grieved with you
I've rolled my sleeves for you

I've fed you
I've clothed you
I've loved you and stood up for you
I've sided with you
I cried for you
I put my knees aside for you

But I don't know how your livin'
And I don't know where you are
And you may not be willing
To open up the door

And if you should ever wonder
Well you shouldn't have to ask
'Cause I hope you know brother
I've always got your back
I've always got your back


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"I Don't Know How You're Livin'" as written by Lucinda Williams

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