"Don't Call Me a Fool" as written by and Charlie Fitzgerald Robison....
Don't call me a fool
I know where she's been
When they turn on those lights in town
She'll go there again

There's no need in crying
You don't make the rules
I know where she's going
So don't call me a fool

Well, I don't know the reason
That you seem to care
About my new heartache
Well, I know it's not fair

But I'd rather hold her
Whenever I can
Than live with the lonely
Of making a stand

Don't call me a fool
I know where she's been
When they turn on those lights in town
She'll go there again

There's no need in crying
You don't make the rules
I know where she's going
So don't call me a fool

Well, I guess I'll be leaving
You won't see me around
Well, I hope I'll be somewhere
But I can't be found

Don't you feel guilty
For something you said
When they find my darling
With that hole in her head

Don't call me a fool
I know where she's been
When they turn on those lights in town
She'll go there again

There's no need in crying
You don't make the rules
I know where she's going
So don't call me a fool

I know where she's going
So don't call me a fool


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"Don't Call Me a Fool" as written by Charlie Fitzgerald Robison Charlie Robison

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