I Don't Want to Know

Album: Rumours (1977)
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  • I don't want to know the reasons why
    Love keeps right on walking on down the line
    I don't want to stand between you and love
    Honey, I just want you to feel fine

    I don't want to know the reasons why
    Love keeps right on walking on down the line
    I don't want to stand between you and love
    Honey, I just want you to feel fine

    Finally baby
    The truth has come down now
    Take a listen to your spirit
    It's crying out loud
    Tryin' to believe
    Oh, you say you love me, but you don't know
    You got me rocking and a-reeling
    Oh oh yeah, uh huh

    I don't want to know the reasons why
    Love keeps right on walking on down the line
    I don't want to stand between you and love
    Honey, I just want you to feel fine

    I don't want to know the reasons why
    Love keeps right on walking on down the line
    I don't want to stand between you and love
    Honey, I just want you to feel fine

    Finally baby
    The truth has been told
    Now you tell me that I'm crazy
    It's nothing that I didn't know
    Trying to survive
    Oh, you say you love me, but you don't know
    You got me rocking and a-reeling
    Hanging on to you
    Oh oh yeah, uh huh

    I don't want to know the reasons why
    Love keeps right on walking on down the line
    I don't want to stand between you and love
    Honey, take a little time

    Oh, I don't want to know Writer/s: Stephanie Nicks
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 3

  • Ednaldo from Pereiralove this song!
  • Luke from London, UkI prefer this song to Silver Springs myself.
  • Kyle from Calgary, AbI know a lot of people dismiss this as a "filler" track on Rumours, but it's one of my favs. I've listened to it so many times, but it never gets old. I think it's the harmonizing; Buckingham/Nicks voices just mesh so well together
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