Love Sick Fool

Little princess
With your peasant hair
I told myself no more royalty
I swear
I am tired of being the jester
In the courts of love
But maybe I can cheat sensibility
Just once?

Rollin’ in a carriage
Goin’ at the speed of night
Funny to feel understood out in the free
Far from castles, queens and knights
I swear I saw you look at me
But I didn’t have a joke to tell, and so I
Kept on
Driving

CHORUS:
If bravery’s a question, well,
I’m think I’m brave enough to come off as the lovesick fool
If you want a man that doesn’t care who’s laughing
Maybe I’m the one that could entertain you
But if you suppose I’ll grovel
I will smile, I will smile at you
And, if that’s the case then Princess, maybe,
I’ll take my hat off to you, give it to you

Now, my princess, it’s time to be
A judge in the courts of love
And you’re the witness, you’re the jury
You’re the one that has to make their minds up
I am tired of being the jester
In the courts of love
I swear, I swear

CHORUS

CHORUS 2:
If bravery’s a question, well,
I’m think I’m brave enough to come off as the lovesick fool
If you want a man that doesn’t care who’s laughing
Maybe I’m the one that could entertain you
But don’t suppose I fear the gavel
I will smile, no, I will laugh at you
And, if that’s your case then Princess, maybe,
I’ll take my hat off to you, give it to you

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Ever feel like you were made out to look like a fool?