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9 thoughts on “ It Doesnt Know Any Better ”

  1. Lyrics to It Doesn't Know Any Better by Jim Ed Brown from the Gems By Jim album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!
  2. not know (any) better 1. To not have the knowledge or development to behave correctly or make an informed decision. Don't get so mad at him for writing on the walls—he's two, he doesn't know any better.
  3. not know (any) better. 1. To not have the knowledge or development to behave correctly or make an informed decision. Don't get so mad at him for writing on the walls—he's two, he doesn't know any better. 2. To not have (contradictory) information about something.
  4. he doesn’t know any better no sabe lo que hace he thinks he’s going to get the job, but I know better cree que va a conseguir el trabajo, pero yo sé mejor lo que cabe esperar.
  5. Don't Know Any Better Lyrics: Well I'm coming home again / On a future missing plane / And there's water on the window / A message in the rain / Just when I thought all was lost / Nothing could.
  6. I believe it. The kids don't know any better because their PARENTS didn't teach them. Its one thing to not know better and another to know better but to go against it.
  7. If you mean "didn't know any better" in the sense of "didn't know that it was wrong", how about "innocent"? e.g. an innocent error, an innocent entry into the sacred place. If you mean "knew it wasn't quite right, but had never been told it was terribly wrong", how about "naive"?
  8. Still it stops everytime there's a knock on your door it doesn't know any better I still can't believe that you're gone though I've tried My senses got lost in the turmoil inside And my love keeps raging though your love has died it doesn't know any better And my life goes on .
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