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(Gary Moore)
She'll tear you up.
She'll bring you down.
She'll leave your heart in the lost and found.
She's just waitin', waitin' till the sun goes down.
Take it from me, you're not the only fool in town.

She'll make you angry.
She'll make you sad.
She'll find a way to make the good times bad.
She's a woman that kind of likes to fool around.
Take it from me, you're not the only fool in town.
No.

There's something about that woman,
She tries to drag a good man down.
Something about that woman.
Take it from me, you're not the only fool in town.

No, you're not!
Come on!
Yeah!

There's something about that woman,
She tries to drag a good man down.
Something about that woman.
Take it from me, you're not the only fool.

She'll tear you up.
She'll bring you down.
She'll leave your heart in the lost and found.
She's just waitin', she's waitin' till the sun goes down.
Yeah!
Take it from me, you're not the only fool in town.

You can take it from me, you're not the only fool in town.
No, you're not!
I said, take it from me, you're not the only fool in town.
Take it from me, you're not the only fool in town.
Yeah!



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