"The Fool" as written by and Dafydd Ieuan Cian Ciaran....
Don't be a fool, Billy
Don't be a fool
Life can be cruel, the light of your life
Gave you some strife, Billy

And now you're alone, Billy
Nobody's at home
You'll die there alone, looking around
No one to be found at your humble abode

We'll be there to pick you up
To light your Bensons, to fill your cup
We'll be with you 'til the end
Don't be a stranger

Be a friend
Billy
Silly Billy

What's mine is yours, Billy
What's yours is mine
It suits us just fine for better or not
Let's drink to the future and forget the past

We'll be there to pick you up
To light your Bensons, to fill your cup
We'll be with you 'til the end
Don't be a stranger

Be a friend
Billy
Silly Billy

Don't be such a fool
Don't be such a fool
Don't be such a fool

Silly Billy
Silly Billy
Silly Billy
Silly Billy

Silly Billy
Silly Billy
Silly Billy


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"Don't Be a Fool, Billy" as written by Dafydd Ieuan Cian Ciaran

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