Do You Know

Artist: The Cranberries
Released on: Wake Up And Smell The Coffee (Track #11)
Length: 3:09

LYRICS

Be here a while, might as well smile
Might as well smi-i-i-ile
I will be strong, will carry on
And I’ll always hold on to my smi-ile
What would you say, would you say that I’m sad
For feeling this way-ay-ay, o-o-ow
What would you do if you were in my shoes
In mi-ine

Do you know what I think
Do you know what I think about it (about it)
I guess you don’t know anything
You don’t know anything about it (about it)
Do you know what I think
Do you know what I think about it (about it)
I guess you don’t know anything
You don’t know anything about it (about it, about it, about i-i-it)

Dust in my eyes, I realise that I’m thinking of you
I’ll take my car, I will go far and I’ll be lonely for you
What would you say, would you say that I’m sad
For feeling this way-ay-ay, o-o-ow
What would you do if you were in my shoes
In mi-ine

Do you know what I think
Do you know what I think about it (about it)
I guess you don’t know anything
You don’t know anything about it (about it)
Do you know what I think
Do you know what I think about it (about it)
I guess you don’t know anything
You don’t know anything about it (about it, about it, about i-i-it)

CREDIT INFORMATION

Music by D. O’Riordan
Lyrics by D. O’Riordan
Produced by Stephen Street
Engineered by Cenzo Townsend assisted by Emma Jane Lennon and Shay Dooher at Windmill Lane, Dublin
Mixed at Town House Studios, Shepherds Bush (London) by Stephen Street and Cenzo Townsend assisted by Tom Stanley
Mastered at Sterling Sound by George Marino
Publishing administered by Universal Music Publishing, Ltd, London

MEANING

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NOTES

  • Do You Know was written for previous albums but was never used: “The other song is ‘Do You Know’. This was written the first week we returned to rehearsals after our year-long hiatus. We unfortunately had forgotton about it until the ‘WUASTC’ session” (Fergal, cranberries.ie, October 30th, 2001)

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