You Know

Album: Once I Was An Eagle (2013)
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  • Damn all those people who don't lose control
    Who will never take a foot out of life
    You might not think that I care
    But you don't know what I know

    And damn all those hippies
    Who stomp empty footed
    Upon all what's good
    All what's pure of the world
    You might not think that I care
    But you don't know what I know

    And bless all those mothers
    Who do all they can
    Just to take their thoughts out of the line
    I might not know what it's like
    But I'm glad that you know

    Give me a minute there
    Just a minute now
    It'll come back to me

    I was so sure but you,
    Freewheelin' troubadour
    You took my mind off the scene
    And you know when I know then I know
    I know that you know

    You asked me blind once
    If I was a child once
    And I said I'm really not sure
    How can you know, how can you know
    What it is, you don't know

    We were a pair once
    Of oh such despair oh
    We were a child then I'm sure
    If we were a child then
    We are children no more

    Give me a minute there
    Just a minute now
    It'll come back to me

    I was so sure but you
    Freewheelin' troubadour
    You took my mind off the scene
    And you know when I know when I know
    I know that you know
    You know you know you know when I know
    I know that you know Writer/s: LAURA BEATRICE MARLING
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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