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I Don't Know You
by R. Ravi Kumar
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  You are with me when I walk
You are with me whenever I talk
Wherever I go whatever I do
You will be with me is all that I know
But still I must confess
I don’t know you.

In sickness and pain, in joy and sorrow
I find you by my side today and tomorrow
You gave me things before I asked
You gave me the strength when I was tasked
But still I must confess
I don’t know you.

In the game of name, money and worldly lust
I forgot your tender love care and trust
Yet you loved so much a person like me
That you shed thine blood for the sins that are mine
But still I must confess
I don’t know you.

You were with me in my mother’s womb
and even now as I lay in that red-stone tomb
You knew me, loved me and cared for me even before I was born
And I know and I am sure that you will be with me even after I am gone
But still I must confess
I don’t know you
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July 13, 2003
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