You'll Never Know
You'll never know
From the episode: Mind Over Murder
Singers: Lois Griffin
Voices: Alex Borstein

"You'll Never Know" is a popular song. The music was written by Harry Warren and the lyrics by Mack Gordon, based on a poem written by a young Oklahoma war bride named Dorothy Fern Norris. The song was introduced in the 1943 movie Hello, Frisco, Hello where it is sung by Alice Faye. It was also performed by Faye in the 1944 film Four Jills in a Jeep. It was recorded in 1943 by, among others, Frank Sinatra and Dick Haymes. Haymes’ version was a number one hit for four weeks on the R&B charts that year.

It was sung by Lois Griffin at Ye Old Pube in "Mind Over Murder".


You'll never know just how much

I love you

You'll never know just how much I care

And if I tried

I still couldn't hide

My love for you

You ought to know

(As the crowd reacts, Peter tries to quiet them)

For haven't I told you so

A million or more times?

If there is some other way

To prove that I love you

I swear I don't know how

Brian: Something troubling you, Peter?

Peter: Oh, nothing. Just all of my friends are eye-humping my wife

You'll never know if you don't know now