Am I dreamin' or stupid?
I think I've been hit by cupid
But no one needs to know right now

I met a tall, dark and handsome man
And I've been busy makin' big plans
But no one needs to know right now

I got my heart set, my feet wet
But he don't even know it yet
But no one needs to know right now

I'll tell him someday, some way, somehow
But I'm gonna keep it a secret for now

I want bells to ring, a choir to sing
The white dress, the guests, the cake, the car, the whole darn thing
But no one needs to know right now

I'll tell him someday, some way, somehow
But I'm gonna keep it a secret for now

We'll have a little girl, a little boy
A little Benji we call Leroy
But no one needs to know right now

And I'm not lonely anymore at night
And he don't know that only he can make it right

And I'm not lonely anymore at night
And he don't know that only he can make it right

I'm not dreamin' or stupid
But boy have I been hit by cupid
And no one needs to know right now

No one, no one, no one needs to know right now
No one, no one, no one needs to know oh oh right now

(There's your record Hoss)
(Yup, there you go dude)


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No One Needs to Know Lyrics as written by Shania Twain Robert John Lange

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    I was just singing this song to myself last night in bed! It's catchy and is on the "Twister" soundtrack.

    CRYN_OUTon May 25, 2004   Link
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    At the time Shania wrote this song she was dealing with crushing sorrow, hardship, and tragedy in her life. She wrote this song, which imagines a happy, cheerful, hopeful time, as an escape from the misery..

    n3bulouson July 22, 2013   Link

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