I Know Better

Album: From the Sun (2008)
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  • Baby, baby, baby
    Remember how we laughed?
    There was a time we knew how to live it up
    And I couldn?t totally give it up, no, no, no...

    Maybe, maybe, maybe
    Maybe you were blind
    Or maybe you finally, finally lost your mind
    Or maybe you just needed to unwind

    I loved you baby, don?t you know
    But I almost missed the show
    Waiting for your love to grow
    Watching the December snow

    I know better, I know better not to lean on you in any way
    You?re a distant memory... nothing to do with today

    Baby, baby, baby
    How am I gonna dream without the love
    The lovin? you gave to me?
    Well whoever wants to be totally free?

    Maybe, maybe, maybe
    There will come a time
    I?m gonna find a love that is really mine
    I?m livin? it up in my spare time

    I see you wave goodbye
    Another pretty bus ride
    I hear the next town is nice
    I wish I could break the ice

    I know better, I know better not to lean on you in any way
    You?re a distant memory... nothing to do with today

    Na, na, na...

    I loved you baby, don?t you know?
    But I almost missed the show
    Waiting for your love to grow
    Lost in the December snow
    I thought I should let you know
    I know I can let you go
    I?m happier than you know
    Hummin? along to the radio

    I know better, I know better not to lean on you in any way...
    You?re a distant memory... nothing to do
    I know better, I know better not to lean on you in any way...
    You?re a distant memory... nothing to do with today
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