Just Knowing You Love Me

Album: Sara Smile (2009)
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  • It's hard to survive in these troubled times
    Lord knows I've seen some
    And there have been days when I couldn't say
    Where the next dollar's coming from
    But when I lay down my head at night
    I can sleep, just knowing you love me

    It's a real tough town when you're luck is down
    People can be so cold
    My soul and my dreams are the only things
    Left I haven't sold
    If there's a better day tomorrow
    I can see, just knowing you love me

    Knowing that's never going to change
    That's what keeps me going
    Knowing I can just call your name
    And your arms will open
    It's all the strength I need,
    Just knowing you love me

    In this world sometimes it feels like no one can measure up
    So you keep doing more and you still fall short
    Never quite good enough
    But I get a sense of who I can truly be
    Just knowing you love me

    Knowing that's never going to change,
    That's what keeps me going
    Knowing I can just call your name
    And your arms will open
    It's all the strength I need
    Just knowing you love me

    Hey yeah
    Just knowing you love me

    Knowing that's never going to change,
    (That's what keeps me going)
    Knowing I can just call your name
    (And your arms will open)

    Knowing that's never going to change,
    That's what keeps me going
    Knowing I can just call your name
    And your arms will open
    It's all the strength I need
    Just knowing you love me

    Oh baby
    Just knowing you love me, mm-hmm
    Just knowing you love me. Writer/s: BRETT BEAVERS, JIMMY WAYNE, TONY MARTIN
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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