You Should Know Me

  • Not supposed to talk about it
    Analyze it
    We should be there together
    With our hearts in our hands
    We should feel it
    Come together
    Like the wave meets the sand
    Well, you should know me better than that

    Not supposed to try and move in
    To dive in
    We should meet there together
    At our pace, with our plan
    On dry land
    Clement weather
    So we both understand
    Well, you should know me better than that

    I get down
    I get up
    I get angry
    I get sad
    I get sad
    I get even a little misty
    When I think of what we had
    But you're building a dam where our lives should be
    And you're lying on top of the beauty
    And your closing eyes turn away from me
    Refusing to see who I am
    Well, you should know me better than that
    You should know me better than that Writer/s: LIZ PHAIR
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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