Foolish

Album: Ashanti (2002)
Charted: 4 1
  • Murder Inc.
    Ashanti

    See, my days are cold without you
    But I'm hurting while I'm with you
    And though my heart can't take no more
    I keep on running back to you
    See, my days are cold without you
    But I'm hurting while I'm with you
    And though my heart can't take no more
    I keep on running back to you

    Baby, I don't know why you're treating me so bad
    You said you love me, no one above me and I was all you had
    And though my heart is beating for you, I can't stop crying
    I don't know how I allow you to treat me this way and still I stay

    See, my days are cold without you
    But I'm hurting while I'm with you
    And though my heart can't take no more
    I keep on running back to you
    See, my days are cold without you
    But I'm hurting while I'm with you
    And though my heart can't take no more
    I keep on running back to you

    Baby, I don't know why you wanna do me wrong
    See when I'm home, I'm all alone and you are always gone
    And boy, you know I really love you, I can't deny
    I can't see how you could bring me to so many tears after all these years

    See, my days are cold without you
    But I'm hurting while I'm with you
    And though my heart can't take no more
    I keep on running back to you
    See, my days are cold without you
    But I'm hurting while I'm with you
    And though my heart can't take no more
    I keep on running back to you

    I trusted you, I trusted you
    So sad, so sad what love will make you do
    All the things that we accept
    Be the things that we regret
    To all of my ladies
    Feel me, come on, sing with me
    See, when I get the strength to leave
    You always tell me that you need me
    And I'm weak 'cause I believe you
    And I'm mad because I love you
    So I stop and think that maybe
    You can learn to appreciate me
    Then it all remains the same
    That you ain't never gonna change
    Never gonna change, never gonna change

    See, my days are cold without you
    But I'm hurting while I'm with you
    And though my heart can't take no more
    I keep on running back to you
    See, my days are cold without you
    But I'm hurting while I'm with you
    And though my heart can't take no more
    I keep on running back to you

    Baby, why you hurt me, leave me and desert me?
    Boy, I gave you all my heart and all you did was tear it up
    Looking out my window, knowing that I should go
    Even when I pack my bags, this something always hold me backWriter/s: Marcus Vest, Mark Debarge, Ashanti Douglas, Etterlene Jordan, Irving D Lorenzo (irv Gotti)
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 3

  • Brandy from Atlanta, Ga@Michelle, The guy who was in this video is also an Academy Award nominated actor.
  • Michelle from Anaheim, CaThe guy who was in the video for this was in jail once.
  • Danielle from Richmond, KyI used to love this song. I seriously listened to it over and over. But yea i love the song~!
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