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I SHOULD'VE KNOWN

Copyright 2014 Robert E. Shandor

 

 

I should've known that the time was right, from
The way you looked in the soft moonlight
I couldn't think of anything

But you

 

I didn't know how to say those things, that
Tugged inside at my heart-strings
My tongue was tied, I couldn't speak

It's true

 

I should've known from the look in your eyes, you
Didn't care for any other guys
You were givin' me time
To come around

 

I didn't know if it was wrong or right, but
I knew I shouldn't let you outta my sight
You made my heart race at

The speed of sound

 

Every time I'd see you
You'd take me by surprise
I loved that little twinkle

I'd see there in your eyes

You always found the best

In everything you'd say

You never saw a dark cloud

On any rainy day

I found myself falling ever

Deep in love with you

But why I couldn't say this

I just never knew

I just never knew

 

I should've known I was takin' too long, you
Sought a sentence and not a song
Made from only three little words --
I want you

 

I didn't know that you wanted me, too, from
All the nice things that you'd say and do
Lookin' back, I wish I'd

Had a clue

 

I should've known you were waitin' for me, to
Tell you what I thought our love could be
Who'd have thought I held the key

To your heart

 

I didn't know how easy it could be, yeah
Just as simple as A-B-C
I should've known that, too, from the
Very start

 

Every time I'd see you
You'd take me by surprise
I loved that little twinkle

I'd see there in your eyes

You always found the best

In everything you'd say

You never saw a dark cloud

On any rainy day

I found myself falling ever

Deep in love with you

But why I couldn't say this

I just never knew

I just never knew

 

I found myself falling ever

Deep in love with you

But why I couldn't say this

I just never knew

I just never knew