Crazy Lyrics by Aerosmith


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Come Here baby
You know you drive me up a wall the way you make good on all the
nasty tricks you pull
Seems like we're makin' up more than we're makin' love
And it always seems you got somn' on your mind other than me
Girl, you got to change your crazy ways
You hear me

Say you're leavin' on a seven thirty train and that you're headin'
out to Hollywood
Girl you been givin' me that line so many times it kinda gets like
feelin' bad looks good


That kinda lovin'
Turns a man to a slave
That kinda lovin'
Sends a man right to his grave...

[Chorus:]
I go crazy, crazy, baby, I go crazy
You turn it on
Then you're gone
Yeah you drive me
Crazy, crazy, crazy, for you baby
What can I do, honey
I feel like the color blue...

You're packin' up your stuff and talkin' like it's tough and tryin'
to tell me that it's time to go
But I know you ain't wearin' nothin' underneath that overcoat
And it's all a show

That kind of lovin'
Makes me wanna pull
Down the shade, yeah
That kind of lovin'
Yeah now I'm never, never, never, never gonna be the same

[Chorus]
I go crazy, crazy, baby, I go crazy
You turn it on
Then you're gone
Yeah you drive me
Crazy, crazy, crazy, for you baby
What can I do, honey
I feel like the color blue...


I'm losin' my mind, girl
'Cause I'm goin' crazy

I need your love, honey
I need your love

Crazy, crazy, crazy, I go crazy
You turn it on
Then you're gone
Yeah you drive me
Crazy, crazy, crazy, for you baby
I'm losin' my mind, girl
ÔÃause I'm goin' crazy
Crazy, crazy, crazy for you baby
You turn it on, then your gone
Yeah you drive me
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Crazy Info:

• The song is about an unfaithful woman who comes and goes with her crazy ways.

• Alicia Silverstone and Steven Tyler's daughter Liv Tyler are featured as truant schoolgirls in the music video. It was directed by Marty Callner.

• Steven Tyler, Joe Perry, and Desmond Child share songwriting credits on the song. Bruce Fairbairn produced the track.

• The single was released in 1994 and peaked at #17 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and #7 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks chart




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