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Billy "crash" Craddock – What He Don't Know Won't Hurt Him lyrics

I awoke last night and reached to touch my darling in our bed
But I only found the pillow where she always lays her head
I laid there half asleep wondering why she was not there
Then I heard her talking on upon downstairs
Don't worry bout him what he don't know won't hurt him
Anyway he's upstairs fast asleep
Don't worry bout him what he don't know won't hurt him
But what she don't know it's what I do know that's killing me

I laid in disbelief with teardrops streaming down my cheeks
Then she quietly slipped back into bed and quickly went to sleep
I've never mentioned that to her afraid that she might leave
But those words she said continued to haunt me
Don't worry bout him...



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