"Fools Work" as written by Michael Andrews and Inara George....
Life can be hard, but it can be good to you
Saving all your money like a fool
But your know better
It can be cruel
Listen awhile, and I will sing to you
Tear apart my body and you’ll see
My heart is beating
And so I’m free

I’ve been good to you, I’ve been good to you
What have I put through? No, I’ve been good to you.
Haven’t I been good to you?

Take up your hands
Lift them off your eyes
Couldn’t it be wrong to think you’re mad?
With such a face now
How long and sad.
I learned way, I learned away from you.
From walking on a line, I keep some poise
But I’m all wrong now,
I make no noise?

I’ve been good to you, I’ve been good to you
What have I put through? No, I’ve been good to you.
Haven’t I been good to you?


Lyrics submitted by fabnatsdiva

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    General Commenti thought i'd commented on this already to me, it's about someone lashing out at you when all the while you've been nothing but good to him. injustice and all that. it's my favorite of hers.
    delialon September 23, 2006   Link

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