I was a fool to take your heart
I was a fool to want more than a part
I was a fool to be led on
I should have know when I sang you my song
And I was a fool when I tripped on your crown
(You ran) into the woods, I hunted you down

I was a foo-ool oo-oo-ooo-ool on my own
Sticky with blood now, in my mountain home

I was a fool when I carried your corpse
Wet with my tears now, placed upon my horse
I was fool without any course
If I couldn't love you, I'd take something of yours
I was a fool when I took out my knives
I did as the queen asked, but I kept the prize

I was a foo-ool oo-oo-ooo-ool on my own
Sticky with blood now, in my mountain home

I was a fool for 40 years
I hid in my home and was haunted with fear

Each little shadow or deer in the woods
Made my poor heart race as fast as it could
I took out your heart when things got hard
The country got quiet it I let down my guard
But the queen had a witch who had sent her through time
She came in the night and she took out my eyes

I was a foo-ool oo-oo-ooo-ool on my own
Sticky with blood now, in my mountain home


Lyrics submitted by springbreak1994

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