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Written by Lucinda Willaims


Gurf Morlix guitar/background vocals
John Ciambotti bass
Donald Lindley drums
Jim Lauderdale background vocals
Pat Quinn background vocals

All of my love has been taken for granted
I've been fair but you've been underhanded
I've been disgraced but I can't bear to face it
Cause the truth is my heart has been abandoned
I was hoping for heaven but baby I ain't blind
This ain't the first time I've been undermined
Sad eyes and crooked smile that I remember well
Now it looks like all I got is time to kill
You can't fool me I see it in your eyes
You can't fool me I see it in your eyes
Everything I thought we had
Has all been cast aside
You can't fool me I see it in your eyes

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These boots are the same boots I was wearing then
And this beer I'm drinkin is still the same old brand
But these blues are something new
They came around when I lost you
And it looks like I got stuck with an empty hand
You can't fool me I see it in your eyes
You can't fool me I see it in your eyes
Everything I thought we had
Has all been cast aside
You can't fool me I see it in your eyes
You can't fool me I see it in your eyes


From Lucinda Williams "Lucinda Williams"
Chameleon Records 1992 (1988)
Lucy Jones Music(BMI) 1988



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