Know Til Now

Album: Regions Of Light And Sound Of God (2013)
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  • Lost, in the world
    It seemed
    Caught at a loss for words

    I didn't know 'til now
    I couldn't not have known
    I didn't know 'til know
    Just couldn't know
    How sweet it could be (know 'til now)
    How sweet life could be (know 'til now)
    But now I (know 'til now)
    But now I see

    (I didn't know)

    Lost in the world
    It seemed
    Caught at a loss for words
    I didn't know 'til now
    How could I have known
    I didn't know 'til now
    How could I have known
    But now I see, but now I see
    how sweet life could be
    And now I see, how sweet life could be
    And now I see, how sweet life could be

    That's the way (know 'til now)
    That's the way (know 'til now)
    How sweet (know 'til now)
    How sweet (know 'til now) Writer/s: James Edward Jr Olliges
    Publisher: WORDS & MUSIC A DIV OF BIG DEAL MUSIC LLC
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