Wacko Magician - Play The Fool lyrics

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Wacko Magician - Play The Fool lyrics

[Verse 1] She said n***a I hope you remember all of them memories 'Cause ain't no way in heaven That you gon' do better than me She said everything we Have is gone Like I'm rolling down a hill Can't hold on And now we're at the End of it all Tell me how am I spose to feel Now that you're not here And it's my [Chorus] Fault that you're gone Everything that coulda went wrong, went wrong I guess that Ain't no point, ain't no use in me holding on To you And now that we're through I'm sittin round and not a damn thing I can do I guess that I just don't, I just don't mean that much to you I guess you really did play the fool [Verse 2] I said Nothing compares to the way you made me feel inside Now I'm feeling like a little boy I'm tryna run I'm tryna cry 'Cause I can't hide it Everything that we Have is gone Like I'm rolling down a hill Can't hold on Can't hold on And now were at the End of it all Tell me how am I spose to feel Not that you're not here And it's my fault [Chorus] Fault that you're gone Everything that could of went wrong, went wrong I guess that Ain't no point, ain't no use in me holding on To you And now that we're through I'm sitting round and not a damn thing I can do I guess that I just don't, I just don't mean that much to you I guess you really did play the fool [Bridge] Broken hearted You k**ed my senses Now I don't know how to love Or feel How the hell are we gon get back to us The way that it used be Without the rain clouds And thunderstorms Making earth shaking love But the rain falls And they skies storm It just goes on And its my fault [Chorus] Fault that you're gone Everything that coulda went wrong, went wrong (Went wrong, went wrong, there ain't) I guess that Ain't no point, ain't no use in me holding on (No point) To you (and I) And now that we're through I'm sitting round and not a damn thing I can do (Damn thing I can do) I guess that I just don't, I just don't mean that much to you I guess you really did play the fool