Fools Like Me

Album: The Way It Really Is (2004)
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  • Everybody go
    The party's over
    I want to be alone in my head
    In my bed tonight
    You never show

    You must really love her
    You think I don't know
    But I do, yeah it's true
    I think over is over

    I'm right back where I started
    (when it comes to wanting you)
    I can't have what I wanted

    [Chorus]
    But I did, I can
    I was, I am
    Only human, living, dying
    Just like any fool who ever breathed
    If love is blind
    If love's a drug
    It always is
    It always was and
    Love was surely made for fools like me

    I know where I'm going
    I'm tripping I'm sliding around
    That's ok
    At least I'm excited
    It wasn't how I planned it
    (Wasn't how I planned it
    Feet are where I landed
    At least I understand it now)
    My feet are where I landed
    (Feet are staying on the ground)

    [Chorus]

    Fools like me
    Fools like me

    I did, I can
    I was, I am
    Only human, living, dying
    Just like any fool who ever breathed

    Maybe it's the sanest thing
    Or just the sweetest kind of dream
    But love was surely made for fools
    (Love was surely made for fools)
    Love was surely made for fools
    (Love was surely made for fools)
    Love was surely made for fools like me Writer/s: LISA A. LOEB, SHELLY PEIKEN, JOHN SHANKS
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management, REACH MUSIC PUBLISHING
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