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Elvis Presley
   had a U.K. Number One single with   
A Fool Such As I / I Need Your Love
May 15 1959 for 5 weeks
Fine Clothes May Disguise, but Silly Words Will Disclose a Fool
   is the moral of   
The Ass in the Lion's Skin
Nar
   means   
A Fool
Uno Sciocco E Il Suo Denaro Son Presto Separati
   means   
A Fool and His Money Are Soon Parted
Neither Give Cherries to Pigs
      
Nor Advice to a Fool
A Fool Judges People by
      
The Presents They Give Him
Herbert
   means   
A Fool
Mug
   means   
A Fool
"Muggins here"
Muppet
   means   
A Fool
Affectionate
Plonker
   means   
A Fool
Spanner
   means   
A Fool
"You spanner". Quite affectionate. Popular 90's term
Minute By Minute, What a Fool Believes, China Grove
   are all   
Songs by Doobie Brothers
A Fool There Was (1915)
   starrred   
Runa Hodges, Mabel Frenyear and Edward José
Director: Frank Powell. Also starred May Allison, Clifford Bruce & Theda Bara. Plot: A married diplomat falls hopelessly under the spell of a predatory woman.
Degüello
   features   
A Fool For Your Stockings
1979
Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered
   has the opening line   
He's a Fool and Don't I Know It.
Written by Lorenz Hart for the 1940 Broadway musical' Pal Joey'.
Zastav' Duraka Bogu Molyitsya, Tak on Syebye I Lob Rasshibyot.
   means   
If You Force a Fool to Pray, He Will Do It So Enthusiasticaly He Will Hurt His Head Bowing to the Floor.
Moral: Better to understand underlying reasons, and make your own educated decisions.
Black Rock
   featured   
Three Times A Fool
Elvis Presley
   released the single   
(Now and Then There's) A Fool Such As I
1959; peaked at #2 on the Billboard Hot 100
What a Fool Believes
   was released by   
The Doobie Brothers
1979; 1 week as #1 on the Billboard Hot 100; Grammy Song of the Year
Abraham Lincoln
   said   
"Better to Remain Silent and Be Thought a Fool Than to Speak out and Remove All Doubt."
Martin Luther
   said   
"Who Loves Not Women, Wine and Song, Remains a Fool His Whole Life Long"
German Protestant theologian
Euripides
   said   
"Talk Sense to a Fool and He Calls You Foolish."
Greek Tragic Dramatist
Nicolas Boileau
   said   
"A Fool Always Finds a Greater Fool to Admire Him"
French poet and critic
Joseph Roux
   said   
"A Fine Quotation is a Diamond on the Finger of a Man of Wit, and a Pebble in the Hand of a Fool"
French cartographer and hydrographer
Anatole France
   said   
"If a Million People Say a Foolish Thing, It is Still a Foolish Thing"
Faux Pas
   means   
A Foolish Mistake
As You Like It
      
"The Fool Doth Think He is Wise, but the Wise Man Knows Himself to Be a Fool."






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