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​If I Knew You Better

This song is by Helen Kane and appears on the album Great Original Performances 1928 - 1930 (1999).

I just hate conventions,
They make life a plan,
Please trust my good intentions.
Oh, I'll do the best I can.

Let's get old and show them
Oh, it's fun to think you've been!
Let's take the rules and throw them
Out to the old four winds.

'Cause
If I knew you better, I'd hold you tight.
And if you knew me better, you'd think it was all right.
They say in time, love does away with all fear.
Let us pretend that we've known each other for years
Huh? If I knew you better?

Let's pretend we quarreled, when I met you, just then?
And now we kiss, and we make up again.
Oh, if I knew you better,
Why, I'd build you a castle for two.
For what could be better than loving you?

Let's say that we quarreled when I met you, just then?
And now we can kiss, and make up again.
Oh, if I knew you better,
Why, I'd build you a castle, for two.
For, what could be better than loving you?