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Self - What A Fool Believes

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Uploaded on Mar 14, 2009

Album: Gizmodgery
Artist: Self
Song: What a Fool Believes
Year: 2000
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Lyrics:
he came from somewhere back in her long ago
the sentimental fool don't see
trying hard to recreate what had yet to be created
once in her life She musters a smile for his nostalgic tale
never coming near what he wanted to say
only to realize it never really was

she had a place in his life
he never made her think twice
as he rises to her apology anybody else would surely
know he's watching her go

what a fool believes
he sees no wise man has the power to reason away
what seems to be is always better than nothing
and nothing at all...

keeps sending him somewhere back in her long ago
where he can still believe there's a place in her life
someday, someway she will return


The 10th track of the album "Gizmodgery", For more information on the band and for more music visit:
http://myspace.com/mattmahaffey
http://self-centered.org/

Self is a rock band that is mostly the brainchild of one Matt Mahaffey from Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Mahaffey began his musical career as a drummer, forming his first band at the precocious age of nine or ten with band members twice his age. Having gigged with punk, reggae, and pop bands, and even bluegrass square-dancing bands, Mahaffey went on to produce beats for rap artists out of his college dorm room. His diverse musical tastes would contribute to Self's unique sound. He later founded the indie label Spongebath with his bandmate at the time, Seth Timbs, and manager Rick Williams. **Last.fm

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