Love Foolosophy

Album: A Funk Odyssey (2001)
Charted: 14
  • Written by Jamiroquai leader Jason Kay and keyboardist Toby Smith, this song is a variation on the "blinded by love" theme. Kay sings about a girl who mistreats him and lies to him, but his perception of her is distorted because he loves her, which causes him to put up with her.
  • Supermodel Heidi Klum stars in the video with Kay. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Donovan Berry - El Dorado, AR
  • British R&B singer Beverley Knight provided backing vocals on this. She also covered Jamiroquai's debut single, "When You Gonna Learn," for her 2011 album, Soul UK.

Comments: 1

  • Simon from Atlanta, GaLove Foolosophy is the name of the screwed up way a mistreated guy will reason with himself and accept his mistreatment.
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