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The song was written about Air Pollution - "Crazy Horses" represents automobiles - "horsepower" - that creates pollution in the skies from the exhaust. (thanks to Cathy at Osmond.net)
This was written by Alan, Merrill and Wayne Osmond. They were the oldest of the group, who were all fathers.
This song was originally banned in South Africa because "horses" is a slang term for heroin there, so "crazy horses" was thought to be referring to drugs. (thanks, Edward Pearce - Ashford, Kent, England, for all above)
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