Famous Last Words of A Fool

Famous Last Words Of A Fool

"Famous Last Words of a Fool" is the title of a song written by Dean Dillon and Rex Huston, and recorded by American country singer George Strait. It was released in January 1988 as the first single from his eighth studio album, If You Ain't Lovin', You Ain't Livin'.

The song was co-written by Dean Dillon, whose version peaked at number 67 on Billboard's Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart in 1983.

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Famous quotes containing the words fool, famous and/or words:

    Funny ain’t it. Here I am worrying about a woman. Men don’t worry much about women when they’re around. But when it gets way off from home like we are now, and where he knows he’s going a lot further away ... I mean that’s when a woman gets workin’ in your mind. You reckon you’re a fool for not noticin’ before how, how big a part of things they be. There ain’t nothin’ like seein’ a woman’s face.
    Dudley Nichols (1895–1960)

    If a joyous elephant should break forth into song, his lay would probably be very much like Whitman’s famous “Song of Myself.” It would have just about as much delicacy and deftness and discrimination.
    Willa Cather (1873–1947)

    Even the most incompetent English actor, coming on the stage briefly to announce the presence below of Lord and Lady Ditherege, gives forth a sound so soft and dulcet as almost to be a bar of music. But sometimes that is all there is. The words are lost in the graceful sweep of the notes.
    Robert Benchley (1889–1945)