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WHAT A FOOL IíVE BEEN (Al Eldridge, Henri Gendron) Maurice Elwin Acc. by an Orchestra Dir. By John Firman Recorded August 1931 Fools there have been, fools there will be But the worst fool of all I am sure has been me I gave you my love, trusted you from the start What have you given me? Just a broken heart What a fool I have been all the while To believe that you loved me true How can you look at me with a smile And tell me that now you are through How Iíve slaved, how Iíve saved Didnít mind, it was for you How can you turn me down now For somebody new Donít know why I should cry over you Like I do What a fool I have been to believe in you. (Musical Break) How Iíve slaved, how Iíve saved Didnít mind, it was for you How can you turn me down now For somebody new Donít know why I should cry over you Like I do What a fool I have been to believe in you. Transcribed from John Wrightís 78 RPM Record Collection (Transcribed by Bill Huntley - June 2013)

    


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