Foolish Father

Album: Everything Will Be Alright in the End (2014)
  • Simple love songs
    Drenched in poisons
    I've been out of long

    Hesitate to throw your stones
    When criminals are victims
    Looking back into our past
    There's no cause for these symptoms now

    Forgive your foolish father
    He did the best that he could do
    You are his daughter
    He'd do anything for you

    Think of how destroyed he feels
    Walking to his grave plot
    Knowing that the one he loves
    Hates him with all of her heart

    Forgive your foolish father
    He did the best that he could do
    You are his daughter
    He'd do anything for you

    Please Remember your dad
    Although he's been astray
    How comical
    The stuff that makes a man

    Forgive your foolish father
    He did the best that he could do
    You are his daughter
    He'd do anything for you

    Anything for you, anything for you
    Anything, anything, anything for you
    Anything for you

    Everything will be alright in the end
    Everything will be alright in the end
    Everything will be alright in the end
    Everything will be alright in the end Writer/s: PATRICK JOSEPH STICKLES, RIVERS CUOMO
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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