Crazy Love

Album: Moondance (1970)

Songfacts®:

  • Morrison had recently married his girlfriend Janet Planet when he wrote this rather poetic song, which is about a love that makes the bad times good and the good times better. It's a soothing love that makes you complete, and the song caught on as a way for lovers to express just these emotions. It's a very popular wedding song, just don't tell the happy couple that Morrison and Janet divorced in 1973.
  • Artists to cover this song include Brian McKnight, Ray Charles, Aaron Neville, Helen Reddy, Rod Stewart, Paul Carrack and John Anderson. Canadian vocalist Michael Bublé covered this for the title track of his 2009 album.

Comments: 3

  • Bill from Pensacola, Flif John Keats wrote lyrics....
  • Barry from Sauquoit, NyHelen Reddy covered this song in 1971; it peaked at #51. Paul Anka, Poco, the Allman Brothers, and Frank Sinatra all charted with completely different records titled "Crazy Love"...
  • Malachi from Dublin, IrelandI fear that others will butcher VM's wonderful music! However, this guy here does a great version of 'Crazy Love'. I am happily impressed! Though, no one could ever beat the original!!!!!! :)
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