"You Can't Fool The Beast" as written by Eamon John Carr, Barry Devlin, John Martin Richard Fean, Charles Leslie O'connor and James Francis Lockhart....
You can fool the woman
One of these days, you're gonna
Fool the man
'Cause you've got the insight
You can see a world of things
They can't understand.

You can say you're winning
You can count the score
And say you know that they've lost.
But you'll end up admitting that
The price is more than simply counting
The cost.

Ah yes, they're blind already.
They're blind to love, blind to pain,
Blind to hope, blind to gain.
Ah you can fool them alright
But can you fool the beast?

You can fool the woman
Anyone can see you're gonna
Fool the man.
'Cause you've ways of knowing.

You can tell their pride will
Make them blind in the end.
And leave them blindly gazing


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"You Can't Fool the Beast" as written by Charles Leslie O'connor Barry Devlin

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    General CommentThere has been speculation as to the nature of the Brown Bull.
    In manuscripts the Bull is referred to as "an Donn Cuailgne". While
    the word "Donn" means "brown" it is also the name of the ancient Irish God
    of the Dead. There is also a related story which tells how two malevolent
    magicians take the shape of Bulls and resume a longstanding feud.
    JordyWordyon August 05, 2005   Link

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