You Don't Know Where Your Interest Lies
Simon & Garfunkel Lyrics


You don't know that you love me
You don't know but I know that you do
You may think that you're above me, yeah
What you think isn't always true

Don't try to debate me,
You should know that I'm womanly wise
Still you try to manipulate me
You don't know where your interest lies
No, you don't know where your interest lies
You don't begin to comprehend

You're just a game I like to play
You may think that we're friends all right
But I won't let friendship get in my way,
No, I won't let friendship get in my way,

Indications indicate running the same riff will turn you around
Obviously you're going to blow it,
But you don't know it

You don't know that you love me
You don't know but I know that you do
You may think that you're above me, yeah
What you think isn't always true

Don't try to debate me,
You should know that I'm womanly wise
Still you try to manipulate me
You don't know where your interest lies

No, you don't know where your interest

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group
Written by: PAUL SIMON

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Comments from YouTube:

John Simpson

A fan of S&G since I was a kid. I’ve heard the Bookends album dozens of times and this song isn’t on it. This is the first time I’ve heard it. I’m 61.

Ed Scott

This song was not on the vinyl album in 1968. I

Sophie -Grace

I've never heard it before either, and I've been listening to S & G since 1968...

Pete McDonnell

The song was the B side to the 'Fakin' It' single from August 1967. It became the rarest Simon & Garfunkel track because it was never reissued on any other album or in any other form until the 3-CD boxed set 'Old Friends' in 1997

howie9751

I'm 68. Me too.

Collins Crapo

As a young lad decades ago, I used to see sheet music for this song in a Paul Simon songbook. I'm delighted to hear it at last!

David Gerstman

From what I've read it wasn't on an album but it was released as the B-Side to "Fakin' it" So it is from the Bookends period.

charles davenport

true, not on original album....I didn't miss it at all

Kingheart

I was wondering because I had this album and don't remember this song at all.

Trevor Szuba-Schneider

I didn't know that I knew so many of their songs, but this is my favorite. all the others are so overplayed, I even choreographed to bridge in high school. it's so wonderfully short and upbeat

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