If You Think You Know Me

Album: Heaven in this Hell (2013)
  • Orianthi wrote this anthemic track with her producer, Eurythmics co-founder Dave Stewart. She told MusicRadar.com: "We wrote this song on a porch with a couple of guitars. I came up with it as a song to play live, really. It's sort of about the fans, the people who write to you and keep you going. When you play a show and you see people singing your lyrics back to, you feel as if they do know you. So it's for them, the people in the audience."

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