"Once Upon a Fool Ago" as written by Lonnie Melvin Jr. Tillis and Ned Mcelroy....
It's the hour of ghosts I'm the soul survivor
You keep pushing me
To pull another all-nighter
Watching on these walls
Memory silhouettes
All the tender times
All the old regrets

And I wish I could take back our last goodbye
Knowing what I know now about foolish pride
I'd hold you in my loving arms
And say I love you so
And I wouldn't start this story
Once upon a fool ago

It's the same routine
Ever since you've gone
You creep into my dreams
Won't leave me alone
So I haunt these halls
And I rattle my chains
And I moan about
What I can't change

And I wish I could take back our last goodbye
Knowing what I know now about foolish pride
I'd hold you in my loving arms
And say I love you so
And I wouldn't start this story
Once upon a fool ago

It's the hour of the ghosts
I'm the soul survivor you keep pushing
Me to pull another all-nighter

And I wish I could take back our last goodbye
Knowing what I know now about foolish pride
I'd hold you in my loving arms
And say I love you so
And I wouldn't start this story
Once upon a fool ago

No, I wouldn't start this story
Once upon a fool ago.


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"Once Upon a Fool Ago" as written by Ned Mcelroy Lonnie Melvin Jr. Tillis

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