This song can essentially be called "son of 'Don't Worry Baby.'" It's built around the same kinds of Spector-inspired chord changes and also has a similar sense of vulnerability. Lyrically, "She Knows Me Too Well" is the confession of a man who is engrossed and obsessed in his own jealousy and insecurity. It's masterfully done, and like many of his more obscure album tracks from the period, it has aged like a fine bottle of wine. Truly delicious.