Don't Wanna Know

Album: Red Pill Blues (2016)
Charted: 5 6
  • I don't wanna know, know, know, know
    Who's taking you home, home, home, home
    And loving you so, so, so, so
    The way I used to love you, no
    I don't wanna know, know, know, know
    Who's taking you home, home, home, home
    And loving you so, so, so, so
    The way I used to love you, oh
    I don't wanna know

    Wasted (wasted)
    And the more I drink the more I think about you
    Oh no, no, I can't take it
    Baby every place I go reminds me of you

    Do you think of me?
    Of what we used to be?
    Is it better now that I'm not around?
    My friends are actin' strange
    They don't bring up your name
    Are you happy now?
    Are you happy now?

    I don't wanna know
    I don't wanna know
    I don't wanna know

    And I every time I go out, yeah
    I hear it from this one, I hear it from that one that you got someone new
    I see but I don't believe it
    Even in my head you're still in my bed
    Maybe I'm just a fool

    Do you think of me?
    Of what we used to be?
    Is it better now that I'm not around?
    My friends are actin' strange
    They don't bring up your name
    Are you happy now?
    Are you happy now?

    I don't wanna know
    I don't wanna know
    I don't wanna know

    Wasted
    And the more I drink the more I think about you
    Oh no, no, I can't take it
    Do you think that I just should go on without you?

    I don't wanna know, know, know, know
    Who's taking you home, home, home, home
    And loving you so, so, so, so
    The way I used to love you
    No, I don't wanna know, know, know, know
    Who's taking you home, home, home, home
    And loving you so, so, so, so
    The way I used to love you
    Oh I don't wanna know, know, know, know
    Who's taking you home, home, home, home
    And loving you so, so, so, so
    The way I used to love you, oh
    I don't wanna know, know, know, know
    Who's taking you home, home, home, home
    And loving you so, so, so, so
    The way I used to love you, oh
    I don't wanna know

    I don't wanna know
    I don't wanna know, know, know, who's taking you home, home, home, home
    And loving you so, so, so, so
    The way I used to love you, no
    I don't wanna know, know, know, know
    Who's taking you home, home, home, home
    And loving you so, so, so, so
    The way I used to love you, oh
    I don't wanna know Writer/s: ALEX BEN-ABDALLAH, JOHN RYAN, BENJAMIN LEVIN, JACOB KASHER HINDLIN, JON MILLS, KURTIS MCKENZIE, ADAM LEVINE, AMMAR MALIK
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Neel from MumbaiThe album is Red Pill Blues and this song appears only in the deluxe edition.
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