"If I'm a Fool for Leaving" as written by Skip Graves and Jimmy Dickens....
This morning I am leaving I've been up all night long
You're right, I'm tired of waiting for you to come home
I've begged and tried to change you but you've grown worse each day
If I'm a fool for leaving I'd be twice the fool to stay

I'd rather be called foolish and find somebody else
Then to be a fool forever and not forgive myself
I'm exactly what you've made me but I hope to change someday
If I'm a fool for leaving I'd be twice the fool to stay

I'd rather be called foolish and find somebody else
Then to be a fool forever and not forgive myself
I'm exactly what you've made me but I hope to change someday
If I'm a fool for leaving I'd be twice the fool to stay
If I'm a fool for leaving I'd be twice the fool to stay



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"If I'm a Fool for Leaving" as written by Skip Graves Jimmy Dickens

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