9 thoughts on “ Behaving Like Two Fools (The Sunshine Song) ”

  1. Kenny Rogers - Every Time Two Fools Collide - Digitally Remastered `93 Lyrics. You want things your way And I want them mine And now we don't know Just where you draw the line How can love survive If we keep cheers and.
  2. ‎Album · · 38 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Every Time Two Fools Collide (Digitally Remastered '93) Kenny Rogers & Dottie West 20 Green Green Grass of Home 1 Ain't No Sunshine 2 The Kind of Fool Love Makes 3 Let It Be Me 4 You Don't Know Me 5 How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By.
  3. This is a set evrycontsongvagapawelvenewsmactio.coinfo should only contain pages that are Dottie West songs or lists of Dottie West songs, as well as subcategories containing those things. Topics about Dottie West songs in general should be placed in relevant topic categories.
  4. Apr 10,  · This recording is a cover of Every Time Two Fools Collide as made famous by Kenny Rogers & Dottie West - This version is not the original version, .
  5. FOOLS Lyrics: I am tired of this place, I hope people change / I need time to replace what I gave away / And my hopes, they are high, I must keep them small / Though I try to resist I still want.
  6. West co-wrote “Country Sunshine” in Though it was a jingle for Coca-Cola, the tune became her signature song. West is also known for her hit duets—primarily with Kenny Rogers. The pair met in and recorded “Every Time Two Fools Collide.” The song went to .
  7. Aug 21,  · Song Every Time Two Fools Collide ( Digital Remaster) Artist Kenny Rogers, Dottie West; Licensed to YouTube by UMG (on behalf of EMI); LatinAutor - .
  8. However, in the third stanza, the diction is in the past tense, and the speaker references the first two stanzas as a "song" (19). Although most of the sonnets lines do represent the standard iambic pentameter which is the base, the poem's form does fluctuates in both stress patterns and number of metrical feet per line.
  9. " Like a Fool " is a song written by Yvonne DeVaney, and recorded by American country music artist Dottie West. It was released in July as the first single from the album I'll Help You Forget Her. The song reached number 13 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart.

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