From the album Orphans & Relics (MP3)

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Lyrics

Who’s Fooling Who
© 2014 Nelson Wright

You’re walking down the aisle like you’re collecting your due,
Dressed up in your whites and cleaned up like new,
You’re standing at the altar and saying I do.
Honey, who’s fooling who?

I’m guessing your new husband doesn’t know about your past,
Or the daily drama, in which he’s been miscast.
Or the local betting pool for just how long he’ll last,
Honey, who’s fooling who?

I’m not really bitter, not here to criticize,
Not here to pass judgment on your little enterprise,
But I’m thinking all your new friends might be in for a surprise,
When the girl I used to know steps on out of her disguise.

So call me a cynic, but I knew you when,
You were picky with your whiskey, not so choosy with your men,
You tell me you’ve been on the straight and narrow since then.
Honey, who’s fooling who?

I’m not really bitter, not here to criticize,
Not here to pass judgment on your little enterprise,
But I’m thinking all your new friends might be in for a surprise,
When the girl I used to know steps on out of her disguise.

So I’ll just wait until you’re bored of all your new cliches,
And you pick up where you left off in your younger days,
You’ll come back when you see the error of your ways.
Honey, who’s fooling who?

Who’s fooling who?