TO ONE WHO DIDN’T KNOW YOU Lyrics - Eleanor McEvoy

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I
When I asked you how you’d been
You told me you were fine
But I knew it was a lie
Because I could see the lines
Of tiredness on your brow
And the tension in your eyes

II
Yet to another’s face
There would have been no trace
Of trouble in your day
To one who’d never seen
The shadow of your dreams
Or the strangeness of your ways

CHORUS
To one who didn’t know you
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Or want to touch and hold you
To one who didn’t need you
Who’d never learned to read you
To one who didn’t love you,
Wasn’t aching just to hug you
You’d look fine
To one who didn’t know your crazy mind
You’d look fine.

III
I knew you’d have a friend
Waiting in the bar
’Cause that’s the way you are
She looked like she was kind
And spoke with strength of mind
That had served her well so far.
But I hoped that she was tough
And wouldn’t hurt too much
When you’d decide to go
And I swear I almost died
When I saw in her eyes
The image of my own.

REPEAT CHORUS

CHORUS
To one who didn’t know you
Or want to touch and hold you
To one who didn’t need you
Who’d never learned to read you
To one who didn’t love you,
Wasn’t aching just to hug you
You’d look fine
So very, very fine
To one who didn’t know your crazy mind
You’d look fine.






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