"The Fool" as written by Cary Ryan Barlowe, Nathan Lamar Barlowe, Chris Gale Coleman, Aaron Jenkins and Kevin Max....
You say you're quite the actress
But I don't really know for sure
And it's hard to be rejected
When you don't know what you're living for

But talk is cheap
When your tongue is where your heart should be
Your lies have been detected
And I can't take it anymore

'Cause every time you say something predictable
It's the same damn thing I've heard before
I never thought that love could ever be so cruel
But every time we touch, so unforgettable
You know you turn me out, I lose control
It's like you know that it's my role to play the fool

The warning bells are ringing
I hear them start to take their toll
Your lovely eyes are changing
You're not the one you were before

You wear the mask
And we dance pirouettes until the sun is cast
The masquerade has ended
This charade is never going to last

'Cause every time you say something predictable
It's the same damn thing I've heard before
You've got to give me something I can hold on to
But every time we touch, so unforgettable
You know you turn me out, I lose control
It's like you know that it's my role to play the fool

For you
For you



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"The Fool" as written by Nathan Lamar Barlowe Cary Ryan Barlowe

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, CAPITOL CHRISTIAN MUSIC GROUP, BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC

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    General CommentThe best song on the album. This song is pretty self-explanatory. I just happened to stumble upon them while surfing myspace and i'm so happy I did!!!
    platniumstatuson December 07, 2008   Link

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