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Baby I'm A Fool
by Melody Gardot

How was I to know that this was always only just a little game to you?
All the time I felt you gave your heart I thought that I would do the same for you,
Tell the truth I think I should have seen it coming from a mile away,
When the words you say are,

Baby I'm a fool who thinks it's cool to fall in love?
If I gave a thought to fascination I would know it wasn't right to care,
Logic doesn't seem to mind that I am fascinated by the love affair,
Still my heart would benefit from a little tenderness from time to time, but never mind,
Cause baby I'm a fool who thinks it's cool to fall in love

Baby I should hold on just a moment and be sure it's not for vanity,
Look me in the eye and tell me love is never based upon insanity,
Even when my heart is beating hurry up the moment?s fleeting,
Kiss me now,
Don't ask me home

Cause baby I'm a fool who thinks it's cool to fall,
Baby I'm a fool who thinks it's cool to fall,
And I would never tell if you became a fool and fell in love.

Lyrics © Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
Written by: MELODY GARDOT

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chasingunicorns

While riding her bike in Philadelphia in November 2003[10][11] she was hit by an SUV that ran a red light. She suffered head and spinal injuries, and her pelvis was broken in two places. She was confined to a hospital bed for a year and had to remain lying on her back. She had to re-learn simple tasks, such as brushing her teeth and walking. She was left oversensitive to light and sound, requiring her to wear sunglasses most of the time.[7] Gardot suffered short-term and long-term memory loss and had difficulty with her sense of time. She compared her recovery to "climbing Mount Everest every day" and often wakes with no memory of what she has to do that day.[1]

Encouraged by a physician who believed music would help heal her brain, she began writing music[12] and eventually became an advocate for music therapy. The accident damaged the neural pathways between the brain's two cortices that control perception and higher mental function.[13] According to a paper by Norman-Haignere, Kanwisher, and McDermott in the journal Neuron, listening to music and trying to hum or sing can help the brain form new pathways.[14][15] Gardot learned to hum and was eventually able to sing into a tape recorder. She made progress and was able to write songs that referred to her rehabilitation.[13]

Pretty miraculous really...(thank you Wikipedia)

Denise Iacobecu

I saw her in a concert back in 2010 in Monaco singing and playing piano. What a great singer 👏👏👏

Richard Unger

Wow, I've just discovered Melody, from music therapy of my own, I can totally relate to this. What an insperation.

poppy2908

Incredible story... thanks @chasingunicorns

Harry S. Anchan

Seeing that this video was made after that terrible incident, it is great to see she is far better.

Sonia S

I knew there was something about wearing the glasses!!

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Yumi

That's it. From now on, I'm gonna have dancing men in tophats whenever I take a bath.

black bird

I'm inviting friends from now on, wasting water is a crime!!

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🤣🤣🤣

Joy Kelley

Only way to bathe 4 sure!!!!

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