She Don't Have to Know

Album: Get Lifted (2004)
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  • Oh stealing moments just to be with you
    Though its wrong its hard to tell the truth, oh no
    She don't have to know she don't have to know

    When I meet 'cha, I got my shades on to cover up my eyes
    I'm hoping that nobody sees me passing by
    Through my disguise I still know you recognize

    But you I know you got a little secret of your own
    Sneaking out with me while your mans at home
    You know your wrong but its so strong still carrying on

    I go to the other side of town and so I
    Never risk the chance will catch her eye
    Oh no, she don't have to know, she don't have to know

    Oh girl I know your doing the same thing too
    But I won't tell your man the things we do
    Oh no, he don't have to know, he don't have to know

    Someone's watching we got to be careful next time or we're through
    But damn it's so stressful doing that dirt we do
    So sad but true, and I know one day I'm gonna pay

    Then he ask me to sneak out of town for just a day or three
    Go to DC and hold hands publicly all through the streets
    'Cause they don't know you and they don't know me

    And oh I'll feel sorry for mistake we've made
    There's no reason that we should tell her today
    She don't have to know, she don't have to know

    Girl oh, though you give a lot of love to me
    Girl I know I'm not the only one you see
    But he don't have to know, he don't have to know

    Oh its getting crazy and I don't want to hurt my baby
    And I'll know its supposed to be the last time for you and I
    But let's not end this way just wait another day

    Oh, I don't want to let you go and I
    So I just can't let her go
    She don't have to know, yeah, yeah
    Oh I told you're doin' the same thing to her
    Oh he told, they don't have to know Writer/s: JOHN STEPHENS, SYLVESTER STEWART, WILL ADAMS
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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Comments: 1

  • Nikki from Chicago, IlHe came out with a part two to this song called "Again" which is on his second commercial CD called "Once Again". The part 3 of this song is also on "Once Again" and that song is called "Another Again".
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