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Hank Williams – Fool About You lyrics

Fool about you
Artist: hank williams on the 10 cd boxset cd 8 track 11
Writer: ralph c. hutcheson
Contributed by: felton hall a href=http://www.pine-net.com/felton75>http://www.pine-net.com/felton75 /a>

Key: e

(e)like a hog a rootin up under a fence
Like a flop-eared mule that aint got no sense
Ive been a (a)fool about you, for way too (e)long
Ive been a fool about (b7)you, but now Im gonna get (e)gone

We fight and we fuss like a dog and a cat
Ill tell you right now Ive had enough of that
Ive been a fool about you, for way too long
Ive been a fool about you, but Im gonna get gone

Well, I said I would leave if you didn't change
Baby, it's time for me to rearrange
Ive been a fool about you, for way too long
Ive been a fool about you, but now Im gonna get gone

Im gettin sick and tired of the same ole bull
Ill tell you right now, lord my buckets bout full
Ive been a fool about you, for way too long
Ive been a fool about you, but now Im gonna get gone



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