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GUEST,DWR Lyr Req: Fool's Gold - What's on the jukebox (6) RE: Lyr Req: Fool's Gold - What's on the jukebox 03 Apr 11


I should have checked my collection for more.    I only had to eliminate a couple of duplicates from the lists above.   Chalk that up to different tastes in music! I think a few of these may be covers, but mostly they're the originals. Lots of fools in Country Music, I guess.

Fool No. 1 - Hank Locklin
Heartless Fool - Spade Cooley
Old Enough To Want To (Fool Enough To Try) - Tom T Hall
Another Fool Like Me - Ned Miller
Foolish Questions - Billy Murray 1909 (and many others over the years since, including Bill Haley!)
Banjo Pickin' Fool - The McLain Family Band
Fiddlin' Fool - Elton Britt
Till I'm Fool Enough - Rhonda Vincent
Still A Fool - Cindy Church
Fool's Hall Of Fame - Johnny Cash
Who's The Fool Now - Tim Hart and Maddy Prior
Foolish Heart - Ginny Mac
No Fool Like An Old Fool - Rose Maddox and Buck Owens
Nobody's Fool But Yours - Susan Raye
Anybody Can Be Somebody's Fool - Nanci Griffith
Foolin' Around - Buck Owens
Foolin' Around - Beccy Cole (different song)
Foolin' Around - Elton Britt (yet another different song)
You've Been Fooling Me Baby - The Carter Family and also later by Flatt and Scruggs
Everybody's Somebody's Fool - Connie Francis
I'm A Fool - Slim Whitman
Statue Of A Fool - Jack Greene
My Foolish Heart - Billy Eckstine
The Women Make A Fool Out Of Me - Jimmie Rodgers
Make A Fool Out Of Me - Heather Myles
My Foolish Heart - Gordon Jenkins
World's Biggest Fool - Rhonda Vincent
Foolish You - Dolores Keane


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