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Lyrics for What A Fool Believes
By Doobie Brothers

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What A Fool Believes
Words and Music by
Michael McDonald and Kenny Loggins

He came from somewhere in her long ago,
the sentimental fool don't see,
tryin' hard to re-create 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.

But 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, somehow, she will return.

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.

But what a fool believes he sees,
no wise man has the power to reason away.
What seems to be is always better than nothing.

Love can come and love may go,
but why can't love return once more?
Who's got the power?

But what a fool believes he sees,
no wise man has the power to reason away.
What seems to be is always better than nothing.

I believe she's never going away.

But what a fool believes he sees,
no wise man has the power to reason away.
What seems to be is always better than nothing.

Repeat and fade

live