Nobody Knows Song Lyrics

Kevin Sharp

Kevin Sharp Measure of a Man cover art
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I pretend that I'm glad you went away
But these four walls close in more everyday
And I'm dying inside
And nobody knows it but me

Like a clown I put on a show
The pain is real even if nobody knows
And I'm crying inside
And nobody knows it but me

Why didn't I say the things I needed to say
How could I let my angel get away
Now my world is a-tumblin' down
I can say it clearly but you're no where around

The nights are so lonely the days are so sad
And I just keep thinking about the love that we had
And I'm missing you
And nobody knows it but me

How blue can I get you could ask my heart
Just like a jigsaw puzzle it's been torn all apart
A million words just couldn't say just how I feel
A million years from now you know I'll be loving you still

The nights are so lonely the days are so sad
And I just keep thinking about the love that we had
And I'm missing you
And nobody knows it but me

The nights are so lonely
The days are so sad
I just keep thinking
About the love that we had
Nobody knows it but me

Track Listing


CD 1
  • 1 Measure of a Man
  • 2 Nobody Knows
  • 3 If You Love Somebody
  • 4 There's Only You
  • 5 She's Sure Taking It Well
  • 6 The Strength to Love
  • 7 Love Bomb
  • 8 I'm Already Loving You Too Much
  • 9 Population 4000 Minus 1
  • 10 Somebody's Baby
  • 11 Love at the End of the Road
  • credits


    publisher: ©Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    writers: Don Dubose, Joe Rich
    album: Track 2 in album Measure of a Man
    release date: 1996-9-24
    popularity : 1242 users have visited this page.
    genres: Rock Folk, World, & Country
    styles: Country Rock/Soft Rock
    length: 3:28

    Album Information

    label: 143 Records
    country(area): United States
    format: CD
    barcode: 075596193023
    script: Latin