Love Foolosophy

Album: A Funk Odyssey (2001)
Charted: 14
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  • Baby baby, I feel these sweet sensations
    Honey honey, looks like a superstar
    She' got a promise of love-struck fascination
    What am I to do? how am I to know?
    Who you are

    And this love, fool, osophy is killing
    Previous illusions that
    I had in my mind about you
    Seems so true, all the lies you're telling
    Tragically compelling and
    My love it means nothing to you
    So maybe I'm still a love fool

    She shimmers like a California sunset
    Lady lady, glitters but there's no gold
    She carries sweetly infectious magic formulas
    I'm so delirious, is she that serious?
    Or is she bringing me on, I've been waiting so long

    And this love, fool, osophy is killing
    Previous illusions that
    I had in my mind about you
    Seems so true, all the lies you're telling
    Tragically compelling and
    My love it means nothing to you
    So maybe I'm still a love fool

    I don't want the world I want you
    I don't want the world I want you
    I don't want the world I want you

    Love, fool, osophy is killing
    Previous illusions that
    I had in my mind about you
    Seems so true, all the lies you're telling
    Tragically compelling and
    My love it means nothing to you
    So maybe I'm still a love fool
    My love it means nothing to you
    So maybe I'm still a love fool

    You're my love foolosophy
    Don't you see it's killing me
    You're my love foolosophy
    Don't you see it's killing me

    I'm a love foolWriter/s: JASON KAY, TOBY SMITH
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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  • 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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