Información

When Somebody Knows You That Well es una canción interpretada por Blake Shelton, publicada en el álbum Blake Shelton's Barn & Grill en el año 2004.

When Somebody Knows You That Well lyrics

Tommy's daddy, kept a six pack in the fridge
We thought we were old enough
To do what Daddy's did
It didn't take us long to go

From drunk to really sick
When I walked in my house
I stumbled just a bit

You play it cool
But it's no use
Dad aren't no fool
And that's the truth

Chewing gum won't cover
Up that smell
You can't hide one single thought
If you try, you'll just get caught
When somebody knows you that well

We lost Daddy
In nineteen ninety-nine
I took care of everybody's pain
Except for mine

And then one night
My wife took my face in her hands
She said, "I think it's time you cry
For your old man"

You play it cool
But it's no use
She aren't no fool
And that's the truth

And my teardrops finally fell
You can't hide one single thought
If you try, you'll just get caught
When somebody knows you that well

I could probably do more
To help my fellow man
But life gets busy
And I hope god understands

Someday, when I get time
I'll do more than my share
Funny how I'm thinking this
Sitting in my easy chair

You play it cool
But it's no use
God aren't no fool
And that's the truth

And he won't let you fool yourself
You can't hide one single thought
If you try, you'll just get caught
When somebody knows you that well

When somebody knows you that well


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