You Don't Know Her Like I Do

Album: Halfway to Heaven (2011)
Charted: 49
  • Hey ole Friend, thanks for callin'
    It's good to know somebody cares
    Yeah she's gone, but I don't feel like talkin'
    It might be just too much to bear
    To hear somebody say it stops hurting
    Or to hear somebody say she ain't worth it

    'Cause you don't know her like I do
    You'll never understand
    You don't know what we've been through
    That girl's my best friend
    And there's no way you're gonna help me
    She's the only one who can
    No, you don't know how much I've got to lose
    You don't know her like I do

    I can't forget, I'm drowning in these memories
    It fills my soul with all the little things
    And I can't cope, it's like a death inside the family
    It's like she stole my way to breathe
    Don't try to tell me it stops hurting
    Don't try to tell me she ain't worth it

    She don't know like I do
    You'll never understand
    You don't know what we've been through
    That girl's my best friend
    And there's no way you're gonna help me
    She's the only one who can
    No, you don't know how much I've got to lose
    You don't know her like I do, like I do

    'Cause you don't know her like I do
    You'll never understand
    You don't know what we've been through
    That girl's my best friend
    There's no way you're gonna help me
    She's the only one who can
    No, you don't know how much I've got to lose
    No, you don't know how much I've got to lose
    You don't know her like I do, like I do
    Not like I do, not like I do, not like I do

    You'll never understand
    That girl's my best friend, that girl's my best friend
    That girl's my best friend Writer/s: BRANTLEY KEITH GILBERT, JAMES E. MCCORMICK, JIM MCCORMICK
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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