Deep Purple – You Fool No One

This is the fifth track from Deep Purple’s eighth album, Burn (1974).

Lineup (Mk III) – Ritchie Blackmore: guitar, David Coverdale: lead vocals, Glenn Hughes: bass guitar and vocals, John Lord: keyboard, and Ian Paice: drums

You fool no one, waiting to see if I’m gone.
So hard to see you are taking your chances with me.
If I find you with some other man
you know what I’m gonna do.
Better run if you see me comin’, ah.

Soon you will fall, making mistakes like before.
When you tell me lies I can see by the look in your eyes.
If you think you’re gonna take me for granted,
chasin’ round with all you see,
gonna make you live to regret it, ah.

You fool no one, waiting to see if I’m gone.
So clear to see you’ve had all your chances with me.
You thought that you could take me for granted
but I couldn’t take it no more.
Better run when you see me comin, ah. Deep Purple – You Fool No One



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  1. This shit is fuckin' orgasmic!! The rhythm section is killing it the entire song!

    3:03 however is where the roof comes off!! 🤘🎸🤘

  2. Ahhhh…. Those were the days….. I'm so thankful for music and how it touches our lives… Thank you Lord ( no not Jon Lord!!)

  3. Это непостижимо. Гитарное соло и барабаны, голос, слаженность всего …. Нет слов просто, как люди такое могут придумать, создать, исполнить?! Удивительно, замечательно гениально !!

  4. Ian Paice has always been the best, the first drummer! It's so obvious, that makes some people ill-tempered.(read the last comment).

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