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If I Knew Now (What I Knew Then) (Cynthia Crane) · If I Knew Now What I Knew Then (Hot Rod Circuit) · *NSYNC [Germany] (*NSYNC) · *NSYNC [Australia] (*NSYNC) · The Essential *NSYNC (*NSYNC) · *NSYNC (*NSYNC) · *NSYNC [Australian Bonus Tracks] (*NSYNC) · *NSYNC [Japan Bonus Tracks] (*NSYNC) · I Never Knew (Diana Van Deurzen) · The Ones We Never Knew (Holly Williams) – and 90 other albums »


That I never knew the meaning of christmas
‘till you came into my life
I was lost in the dark
‘till you opened my heart
Like an angel shining bright
Oh it's Christmas 
Oh ah 
I'm so glad that you came my way 
From a million stars 
Here you are 
I swear your love is mine 
Somehow I knew that
I remember me wide awake on Christmas eve 
Waiting for the sun to reach the sky 
Life was beautiful, anything was possible 
Never knew the meaning
Another Christmas day
Will come and go away
And I've got so far to go
But I wanna go home
I need to go home

Maybe surrounded by
Strangers
You should see all the lights in our old neighborhood
I never thought that little street could ever look so good
I knew that she'd be busy, it's
to say,
Back when we were ten, we were the best of friends.
But who knew back then, that this love would never end?
It was Christmas Day, now I heard you
to say,
Back when we were ten, we were the best of friends.
But who knew back then, that this love would never end?
It was Christmas Day, now I heard you
I never knew the power of a song,
Till I heard the music playin',
The day that momma passed on.

Never knew what innocence was about,
Till
Boulevard.

I hate Christmas stuck out here in Tinsel Town. Forget about White Christmas cause here it never snows except the real expensive kind those cooks
I never knew the power of a song,
Till I heard the music playin',
The day that momma passed on.

Never knew what innocence was about,
Till
The letter stopped in a minor key
A Christmas card that you drew for me
Done by the hand that I knew so well
Disguised the message that you could
been learning my scene
I been watching my friends move away
I summon my love back to me
And I went down by the seawall
That's when I knew, knew They
traveled he'd tell about his Christmas dance partner that he never knew well
He'd share his favorite story with the locals he met
He was called
meaning to my life, now
I believe in miracles baby I'm forever yours, yours

Lying with you so natural
I never knew this was possible
And it finally
Everybody wants to dance in a playpen
But nobody wants to play in my garden
I see the hippies on an angry line
Guess they don't get my meaning
school
Around grade nine or ten
One by one they'd disappear
And we'd never see those East Side boys again

They grew up on the side of town Where
of blackest ivory
But I pass them by never guessing of their meaning
And a million voices cry
As I walk across the sky
Though it's restless here, why it's
I wish I knew better by now? 
Well I think I'm starting to.

When every line speaks the language of love
It never held the meaning I was thinking
On Grafton Street at Christmas time
The elbows push you 'round
This is not my place of memories
I'm a stranger in this town
The faces seem
stands by me 
While I'm waiting 

Remembering how it came together 
The meaning in your eyes 
Now words fall out like perfect strangers 
We both apologize
of blackest ivory
But I pass them by never guessing of their meaning
And a million voices cry as I walk across the sky
Though it's restless here, why it's only
Another Christmas day
Will come and go away
And I've got so far to go
But I wanna go home
I need to go home

Maybe surrounded by
Strangers
Dear friend, it's been a long, long while
I've been meaning to write you
But it was never my style
But what is these days now I'm a family man.
way through
Don't I wish I knew better by now?
Well I think I'm starting to

When every line speaks the language of love
It never held the meaning
The steps he took were nice and easy.
He never knew he could stumble and go down.
As he saw the buildings and the mountains crumble,
Over the road