Jamiroquai - Love Foolosophy mp3 album
Jamiroquai - Love Foolosophy (2002). Songs in album Jamiroquai - Love Foolosophy (2002).
Baby, baby, feel these sweet sensations. Honey-honey looks like a superstar. She got a promise of love-struck fascination. What am I to do? How am I to know who you are? And this love fool-osophy is killing Previous illusions that- I'm a love fool- I had in my mind about you. I'm a love fool. Love Foolosophy" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only.
Produced by Rick Pope. Album A Funk Odyssey. Love Foolosophy Lyrics. Baby, baby, feel these sweet sensations, yeah Honey, honey, looks like a superstar, hey hey She got a promise of lovestruck fascination, ooh What am I to do? how am I to know who you are? When this love foolosophy is killing Previous illusions that (I'm a love fool) I had in my mind about you (I'm a love fool) Seems so true, all the lies you're telling Tragically compelling and (I'm a love fool) My love, it means nothing to you So maybe I'm still a love.
Jamiroquai - Love Foolosophy (Acoustic). Album: High Times: Singles 1992-2006, 2006. Del Album "A Funk Odyssey" 2002. When I listen to Radio 1 and hear five different tracks in a row using old disco samples, well that's plagiarism, that's taking other people's music.
Jamiroquai . Love Foolosophy. Smith Bass Player:Nick Fyffe. Hi Jam fans, This is the bass for "Love Foolosophy". One of the more advanced bass lines on this album (definatley the funky track), but if you listen carefully to the record you won't have any trouble. Note: p - means pop the note. Intro - 8 Bars Drums/Guitar. G:- D:- a:- - e:-14.
Скачай бесплатно Love Foolosophy. means nothing to youSo maybe I'm still a love foolI don't want the world I want youI don't want the world I want you. Последние треки Jamiroquai: Jamiroquai. White Knuckle Ride (Seamus Haji Remix) Ww. ouse-Maniacs.
Love Foolosophy" is the third single from British funk/acid jazz band Jamiroquai's fifth studio album, A Funk Odyssey. The song was written by Jason Kay and Toby Smith. The song's title is a play on words, using a makeshift homonym for "Philosophy" to imply that the singer is a fool for love, as it were. The song peaked at number 14 on the UK Singles Chart.