"Sentimental Fool" as written by Andrew Edwin Mackay and Bryan Ferry....
Surely you cannot be leading me on?
Well if that's so, however can I love again?
How could I believe again?
How can I hold on?
Sentimental fool

Knowing that fate is cruel,
You ought to forget it.
Yes, I know it's true,
I've seen what love can do,
But I don't regret it.
Oh, you silly thing
Don't you see what's happening?
You're better without it.

No, that's not the case
If you were in my place,
You never would doubt it.

Sentimental fool
Who broke the golden rule,
You couldn't resist it.
Though it's all in vain,
I'd do it all again
Just to relive a minute.
A woman in love
Can make you feel good

You know what you're living for.
She'll give you so much
And keep you in touch
With all that's worth living for.
Oh once she gets in
Through thick and through thin
She'll show you what living's for.

The rhythm of love
It must go on
Can't stop.
The beat of your heart
Is like a drum
Will it stop?


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"Sentimental Fool" as written by Andrew Edwin Mackay Andrew Mackay

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