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You Don't Know
Scarlett & Black Lyrics

You're troubled in your head.
Good times have come and gone.
Your feet are at your knees and
You feel that you've gone wrong.
At night you're all alone,
Your heart now needs a song.

With nights so sad and dark,
There's no one by your side.
Your fever's runnin high and
You've got no place to hide.
She took you for a ride,
Your heart feels that it's died.

Don't confuse what you don't know.
There's no way to say.
What you have
May be a hopeless case.

Tell me of your story,
Then tell me of your song.
Then we'll smoke and think on it
And think of what you've done.
Yea what you've done.

Don't confuse what you don't know.
There's no way to say.
What you have
May be a hopeless case.

Now have you found yourself
And where you want to be?
Think before you say your piece,
Then go and speak it free!

Written by: NORMAN M. STONE

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Nathan Grogan

It may be me,but this song has a Glass tiger feel to it


you are right it does have a glass tiger feel to it

Stephan P

Yes especially from their second album Diamond Sun.

Brian Leeper

@Robert Hild For years I was trying to figure out who sang this. I managed to record it off of Backtrax USA in the early 90s (who never once announced the title or artist!) and I played it for several people and all of them thought it was Tears for Fears. I finally got my answer in the early 2000s from either Music Choice or Sirius (now SiriusXM) as one of them played it on their 80s channel and both show the currently playing title and artist. Good song!


sounds a lot like Everybody Wants to Rule the World to me

Samuel Rummer

Johnny Hates Jazz, Breathe, Glass Tiger, etc

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#20 in 1988 equals #1 for four weeks in 2018

Brian Leeper

I think Soundscan was the reason that songs started to stay at #1 long after everyone was sick of hearing them.

Antonio Washington

Great song in the eighties that should've got great recognition.

Antonio Washington

I totally agree. But you got to love the eighties.

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