Lyrics to 'Baby I'm A Fool' by Melody Gardot. How was I to know that this was always / Only just a little game to you? / All the time I felt you gave your heart
1/13/2010 · Music video by Melody Gardot performing Baby I'm A Fool. (C) 2009 Universal Classics & Jazz.
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Baby I'm A Fool Lyrics: How was I to know that this was always / Only just a little game to you? / All the time I felt you gave your heart / I thought that I would do the same for you / Tell the ...
Baby I'm a Fool Songtext von Melody Gardot mit Lyrics, deutscher Übersetzung, Musik-Videos und Liedtexten kostenlos auf Songtexte.com
Spiritualized - Baby I`m Just A Fool Lyrics. Baby I'm just a fool, tearing all my heart out just for you It gets so hard to do, I'm cold and cored and fried and juiced like you Oh hey,
Baby I'm A Fool Lyrics: Something's You Do / Go Unnoticed / Never Say A Word But You Just Carry On / Sometimes Your hurting / But Im Not Listening / And I Should Be The One You Rely Apon / And It Will
Baby Im a fool who thinks its cool to fall in love If I gave a thought to fascination I would know it wasnt right to care, Logic doesnt seem to mind that I am fascinated by the love affair, Still my heart would benefit from a little tenderness from time to time, but never mind, Cos Baby Im a fool who thinks its cool to fall in love,
Lyrics to 'Oh Me Oh My (I'm a Fool for You Baby)' by Lulu. To make you laugh I'd play the fool for you, / Although the people turn and stare. / I'd give my
Lyrics to Baby I'm a Fool by Melody Gardot from the My One and Only Thrill album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!
"Baby I'm a Fool" is a song written and composed by American jazz singer-songwriter Melody Gardot. It was released as the second single from her second full-length album, My One and Only Thrill.According to Gardot, the lyrics are about "two coquette people who won't admit they are in love with each other."