Fool of Me

I’m old enough to remember Kenny Rogers singing opposite some famous women in “relationship songs,” some positive and hopeful. Later in the 80s, The Human League released a famous back-and-forth man-woman breakup song, “I’m only human.” More recently, of the hopeful variety, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros had a contagious folk back and forth love song between a man and a woman, called “Home is whenever I’m with you.”

This is an ambient chill version of that genre of love songs, of the second category, the breakup kind. It is by Say Lou Lou and called “Fool of Me.”