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Of A Fool lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only,
this is a very good country song recorded by Faron Young.
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Weakness Of A Fool Recorded by Faron Young Written by Samuel Manning
C F C G7 C Well I'll admit that from the start there was this certain doubt G7 C That I could ever hold your love for long F C G7 C The tempting thought then came to me why not try her out G7 C You never know you just might be her song
F C G7 C I let you lead me to believe I was your only thrill G7 C That I was one exception to the rule F C G7 C Then with cunning ways and evil mind you moved in for the kill G7 C And played upon the weakness of this fool
F C G7 C My better judgment tells me I better pack and leave G7 C But then my heart makes another rule F C G7 C I walk away then run right back knowin' that I'll grieve G7 C But that's just the weakness in a fool
F C G7 C I've lost a count of all the times I've walked away from you G7 C To have my heart just drag me back again F C G7 C But that's the way a fool in love will always follow through G7 C Knowin' that he has no chance to win
F C G7 C I wish that I could find the strength to free you from my mind G7 C And let my better judgment be the rule F C G7 C Oh I'd walk away and not return and leave you far behind G7 C If it wasn't for the weakness in this fool G7 C If it wasn't for the weakness in this fool
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