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Rick Nelson – Poor Little Fool lyrics

I used to play around with hearts that hastened at my call
But when I met that little girl I knew that I would fall
Poor little fool oh yeah I was a fool uh huh
(Uh huh poor little fool I was your fool oh yeah)

She played around and teased me with her carefree devil eyes
She'd hold me close and kiss me but her heart was full of lies
Poor little fool...

She told me how she cared for me and that we'd never part
And so for the very first time I gave away my heart
Poor little fool...

The next day she was gone and I knew she'd lied to me
She left me with a broken heart and won her victory
Poor little fool...

Well I'd played this game with other hearts but I never thought I'd see
The day that someone else would play love's foolish game with me
Poor little fool...



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