Find Another Fool

Album: Quarterflash (1981)
Charted: 16
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  • I should have learned this lesson long ago
    That friends and lovers always come and go
    And now you claim
    that everything's "O.K.", but I've got just one thing to say...

    Why don't you...
    Find another (find another)
    Find another fool to love you
    Find another (find another)
    Find another fool to love you
    Find another...find another...find another love you
    To love you...find another.....

    I don't believe that I deserve this ride
    You took me for my very heart and pride
    You let me down...and now your hand is out
    Well, here's some...spare can count


    You pulled this pulled it twice
    It's time you listened to my advice....oh, baby

    I'd never take advantage of our love
    I can't imagine what you're thinkin' of
    You're over think this storm is through..
    Well, baby, I've got news for you

    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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Comments: 2

  • Barry from Sauquoit, NyOn February 7th 1982, "Find Another Fool" by Quarterflash entered Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart at position #87; and on April 11 it peaked at #16 (for 2 weeks) and spent 13 weeks on the Top 100...
    It reached #12 on Billboard's Mainstream Rock chart...
    The same week that "Find Another Fool" entered the chart, the group's debut record, "Harden My Heart", was still on the Top 100 at #3...
    Both songs were from the group's self-titled debut album, 'Quarterflash", and the album reached #8 on Billboard's Top 200 Albums chart...
    One other track from the album also made the Top 100, "Right Kind of Love', it peaked at #56 on the chart.
  • Dzx from West Sacramento, CaQuarterflash is still a great group - she can really play that sax. I only wish they had more songs.
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