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Eddy Arnold's 1954 hit, "I Really Don't Want To Know", and Skeeter Davis' 1961 answer song, "I Really Want You To Know".

Darker than grief, an implosion of the self, a sheet of ice: no matter how you describe it, this is a terrifying state to be trapped in.

I Really Don't Want to Know" is a popular song with music which was written by Don Robertson and lyrics by Howard Barnes. The song was published in 1953. The best-known version of the song was recorded by Les Paul and Mary Ford in 1953, one of the top 100 songs of 1954, reaching the No. 11 in the charts. Eddy Arnold's version was a Country song in 1954. Ronnie Dove recorded a version, which was released in 1966 on Diamond Records and peaked at on the Billboard Hot 100.

In July 1989, Robert Smith told Spin Magazine The Same Deep Water As You is one of a few select songs that he considers very special and personal: I’m really proud of what we have done. In my mind, there’s a little part of me with Cure songs in it, and it’s got ‘Siamese Twins’, ‘Faith’, ‘Figurehead’, ‘17 Seconds’ and now this new track, ‘The Same Deep Water As You’, has gone straight into that part of me. Even if this album fails, it doesn’t matter. When I was singing a song off the new album, ‘The Same Deep Water As You,’ in the studio, I was completely overcome for about fifteen minutes. I was amazed that I could still feel like this about something, which made it more disappointing when I woke up the next day and I didn’t feel anything at all. Smith explained what he wrote the song about to Oor Magazine

Imagine someone asks you the same question twice. The first time you'd say "I don't know", but second time onward, you might say "I really don't know (stop asking that question, will you?)" "I don't know really" - without any change, this would mean 'I don't know a person/an object called 'really'". To make it correct, one should use "I don't know  . If you say them all neutrally, they all mean exactly the same thing. k views · View 1 Upvoter · Answer requested by. Hanan Yusuf.

How many lips have kissed you And set your soul aglow How many, how many, I wonder But I really don't want to know. So always make me wonder Always make me guess And even, if I ask you Darling don't confess. Songs You Love If You Love Nerds. NEW SONG: Chris Lane - 'Big, Big Plans' (Video for Lauren) - LYRICS. Lil Nas X - 'Old Town Road' ft. Billy Ray Cyrus - LYRICS. Just let it remain your secret But darling I love you so No wonder, no wonder, I wonder Though I really don't want to know.

Really Don't Care" lyrics. Really Don't Care" (feat. don't care Oh, oh, oh, I really don't care. I can't believe I ever stayed up writing songs about you You don't deserve to know the way I used to think about you Oh no not anymore, oh no not anymore You had your shot, had your shot, but you let go. Now if we meet out on the street I won't be running scared I'll walk right up to you and put one finger in the air And make you understand, and make you understand You had your chance, had your chance. Writer(s): YACOUB RAMI, KOTECHA SAVAN HARISH, FALK CARL ANTHONY, LOVATO DEMITRIA.

I don't want to change the world. For me, happiness is the most important thing and if I'm happy then it shows in my work. In the end, all the mistakes and all the excuses are down to me. I like to feel that I'm just being my honest self and as far as I'm concerned I just want to pack in as much of life and fun, having a good time as much as I can within in the years I have. Well there you are, you have it on tape. I need my fucking water, I don't care! -Live At Wembley Stadium, 1986 ) but they're fucking wankers, they eat shit in the bath. Thank you, God bless you, sweet dreams! - "Live Magic" album, 1986.

Tracklist

A Deep Water 2:13
B I Really Don't Want To Know 2:41

Notes

white promo labels

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
4-44233 Carl Smith Deep Water / I Really Don't Want To Know ‎(7") Columbia 4-44233 US Unknown
4-4233 Carl Smith Deep Water ‎(7", Single) Columbia 4-4233 Canada 1967
2913 Carl Smith Deep Water ‎(7", Single) CBS 2913 Scandinavia 1967

Tracklist

A Deep Water 2:13
B I Really Don't Want To Know 2:41

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
4-44233 Carl Smith Deep Water / I Really Don't Want To Know ‎(7", Promo) Columbia 4-44233 US 1967
4-4233 Carl Smith Deep Water ‎(7", Single) Columbia 4-4233 Canada 1967
2913 Carl Smith Deep Water ‎(7", Single) CBS 2913 Scandinavia 1967
Carl Smith  - Deep Water / I Really Don't Want To Know FLAC album
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