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I Never Really Knew

Page history last edited by PBworks 13 years, 4 months ago

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I Never Really Knew

 

Written: 1974

Writers: David Jenneson, Alan Hovden, Peter Sinclair

Status: Recorded but unpublished

Genre and Style: Rock shuffle

Comments: Dave: This song has a feel similar to Paul McCartney’s Let Me Roll It. It has a strong melody and a big, memorable chorus and makes a good album cut.

Comments: Al: I felt like we had tapped into the Beatles’ secret conduit to great songs and arrangements when we recorded this.

 

I never really knew

How much I was in love with you

I never really knew

All the love I had for you

 

It kills me

How I went on before

And it thrills me, thrills me, thrills me

All that we’ve got in store.

 

We grew up like little boys

You always had your way with toys

(Yes she had her way with men)

You gave your hand away, but then

Though it seems so very wrong

Its amazing how we get along.

 

I never really knew

How much I was in love with you

I never really knew

All the love I had for you

 

It kills me

How I went on before

And it thrills me, thrills me, thrills me

All that we’ve got in store.

 

I never knew, never knew, never knew

I never knew, never knew, never knew.

 

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