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written by Jim Lauderdale / John Leventhal
From Jon Randall "What You Don't Know"
RCA Records 1995
Mighty Nice Music / Laudersongs / Lev-A-Tunes (ASCAP)
Jon Randall - vocals / acoustic guitar
Roy Huskey Jr - bass
Larry Atamanuck - drums
Al Perkins - dobro / lap steel
Sam Bush - mandolin
Trisha Yearwood - harmony
Garth Fundis - harmony

Those are the things that nobody tells you
Those are the things that nobody knows
There is a key but you'll never find it
Up to the house where nobody goes
Standing in line down at the station
Hundreds of men without a home
There are some things that nobody tells you
Deep in their hearts where nobody goes
Ooo-oh oh-oh what you don't know
Ooo-oh oo-oh you'd be surprised by what
You don't know

SOLO

Deep in the night a thousand questions
You gotta see right thru the dark
You got to hear and not even listen
Nobody tells you who you are
Ooo-oh oh-oh what you don't know
Ooo-oh oo-oh you'd be surprised by what
You don't know

SOLO

It scares a man when he discovers
Half of the truth is a part of a lie
A woman knows knows what she loves but
Those are the things that nobody tries
Ooo-oh oh-oh what you don't know
Ooo-oh oo-oh you'd be surprised by what
You don't know



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