Me either, for the same reason. Well, I do know my password to start Keepass.
There are two password databases, one kept on relatively public cloud services. (Google Drive, Amazon, Dropbox, I won't say). It is linked to a password that can be typed on a phone and a keyfile that exists on my tablet and phone. This contains email passwords, social network and Steam passwords, etc. Stuff that I use on those devices. Then it gets deleted from the device, cause who needs to be carrying it all the time.
The important passwords are on my desktop, similarly encrypted with a different key file and only synced locally to my tablet (which is more a pen art tablet than a travel device with an i5 and a load of ram). Yes, it means when I travel my tablet could be intercepted with the keyfiles, so full drive encryption or no passwords while I travel.
But, honestly, I can only tell someone the password to get into KeePass and that wouldn't do them much good without the database and the windows account and the keyfiles that don't look like keyfiles. And luckily the 5th amendment so far protects a password that isn't written down, like the one that opens all of that.