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(lyrics & music by jon secada, miguel morejon & diane warren)

What did I see?
What made me believe?
How could I believe?
That you really loved me?
What did I feel?
That moment
I handed my world to you.

And i, I was captured by your lies
Lost in all your promises of love
Blind, I was blinded by your smile
With all you said I thought I was the one.

Chorus
But the eyes of a fool
Never can see, never can see
And I looked at you
Through the eyes of a fool
The eyes of a fool.

How could I know
You didn't care?
How did I see?
What just wasn't there?
So precious the dreams
I thought we shared
Dreams that will never be.

And time, only time will show the truth
The truth I couldn't see behind your lies
And you, you showed me love can be so cruel
I thought I saw forever in your eyes.

Chorus
But the eyes of a fool
Never can see, never can see
And I looked at you
Through the eyes of a fool
The eyes of a fool.

Taken by you
Baby, you know, you know
You know you love me baby.



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