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WHAT KIND OF FOOL (Albhy Galuten / Barry Gibb (m & l) ) As sung by Barbra Streisand and Barry Gibb (duet) 1980 "Guilty" [Streisand and Gibb] There was a time when we were down and out There was a place when we were starting over We let the bough break We let the heartache in Who's sorry now. [Streisand] There was a world when we were standing still And for a moment we were separated And then you found her You let the stranger in Who's sorry now. Who's sorry now. [Streisand] What, what kind of fool Tears it apart Leaving me pain and sorrow. [Gibb] Losin' you now Wonderin' why Where will I be tomorrow. [Chorus] Forever then, that what we are to be Without each other, We'll be rememberin' when. [Streisand and Gibb and Chorus] There was a time when we were down and out (We cried) There was a place when we were starting over (We lied) We let the bough break We let the heartache in Who's sorry now. Who's sorry now. What, what kind of fool (What kind of fool) Tears it apart (Tears it a apart) Leaving me pain and sorrow. Oh, losin' you now, how can I win Where will I be tomorrow. Was there a moment when I cut you down (No) Played around What have I done I only apologize. For being as they say, the last to know It has to show when someone is in your eyes. What, what kind of fool, tears it apart Leaving me pain and sorrow Losing you now, wondering why Where will I be tomorrow. What, what kind of fool Tears it apart, leavin' me pain and sorrow Losin' you now (Losing you now) How can I win (How can I win) Where will I be tomorrow... (fade) Notes: The cowriter here, Barry Gibb was one of the Bee Gees, a British pop music group. The 3 brothers (Barry, Maurice and Robin) hailed from The Isle of Man and lived in the British Isles until the 1950s. Only one of the original Bee Gees lives on today (Barry). Their astounding run of 56 years (as of 2013) writing, producing and singing their own pop music creations, have resulted in sales of over 220 million units. Albhy Galuten, a cowriter here and an American multi-talented record producer et al, was noted for creating the first commercial drum loop. He used it in one of the Bee Gees more popular disco productions in 1977, (Stayin' Alive). Barbra Streisand is an American singer song writer who also acts, produces and directs films. She has won a host of entertainment awards too numerous to mention. Interestingly, it is generally held that the early reference to the group as the 'BGs' did not refer to the brothers per se but to an initial Australian promoter and Barry Gibb who both had the same initials. This was expanded later to the Bee Gees. (Transcribed by David Story - March 2014)

    


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