You don't fool me You don't fool me Da, da da da dah Da da da dah Da da dah You don't fool me - those pretty eyes That sexy smile - you don't fool me You don't rule me - you're no surprize You're telling lies - you don't fool me Mmm, mama said be careful of that girl Mama said you know that she's no good Mama said be cool, don't you be no fool Yup bup ba ba ba ba da da da dah! You don't fool me You don't fool me, you don't fool me She'll take you You don't fool me, and break you You don't rule me, you don't fool me You don't fool me, she'll take you You don't fool me, and break you Sooner or later you'll be playing by her rules Baby you don't fool me, yeah You don't fool me, you don't have to say 'don't mind' You don't have to teach me things I know Sooner or later you'll be playing by her rules Oh, fool you oh, rule you she'll take you take you And break you break you Yeah Mama said be cool Mama said she'll take you for a fool She'll take you, and break you Ba ba ba ba bap bap ba baah La la la la la lah You don't fool me You don't fool me You will get 3 free months if you haven't already used an Apple Music free trial. Type song title, artist or lyrics.
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The song begins with a boogie woogie feel,  with the piano part played by a then-unknown Jools Holland. County asked him to play "really burlesque ". Holland wrote that the first time he heard the song's lyrics was when playing the record to his mother, his younger brothers, and his aunt and uncle. The album was never released, though some tracks were included on 's Max's Kansas City. The Encyclopedia of Popular Music described the song as "[an] enduring low-rent punk favourite",  and the Encyclopedia of Punk Music and Culture described the single as "seminal".