"I Know You Care" is a song by English recording artist Ellie Goulding, released from her second studio album, Halcyon (2012) as track number 10. It was written by Goulding and Justin Parker and was produced by Justin Parker.
"I Know You Care", was co-written by Goulding and Justin Parker. Lyrically the song speaks of "her trying to convince someone—us, her lover, herself—that they have something worth salvaging". In an interview with TIME she said that I Know You Care was about her dad where she hasn't seen him for a long, long time. And her parents divorced when she was really young. And she guessed it was my way of saying that Ellie wasn't bitter or angry anymore. She stated that she was just sad and just felt like something was missing."
The song for used for the soundtrack of the drama film Now Is Good.
The song was later released as a charity song for a "Song4Syria" - A minimum of 20p per sale of the charity single (‘I Know You Care’) was said to be donated to the Save the Children Fund, a charity registered in England and Wales (213890) and Scotland (SC039570). 
Hayley Avron of the NME critiqued that her artistry is briefly allowed to breathe, away from the desperate bombast of the suffocating backing tracks for I Know You Care.
24, September 2012
A video for the song "I Know You Care" was released online on 24 September 2012, containing footage from the 2012 drama film Now Is Good, which features the song.