You know you drive me up a wall With all them nasty tricks you try to pull on my ass Seems like we're makin' up more than we're makin' love It always seems you've got something other than me on your mind Girl you got to change your ways, you hear me
Say you're leavin' on the seven thirty train And that you're heading out to (Hollywood) Girl you've 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
I go crazy crazy crazy I go crazy Yeah you turn it on then you're gone Yeah you drive me crazy crazy crazy for you baby What can I do I feel like the color blue
You're packin' up your shit And actin' 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 Yeah and it's all a show
That kinda lovin' makes me wanna pull down the shade That kinda love yeah Now I'm never never never gonna be the same
I go crazy crazy crazy I go crazy You turn it on and 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 losing my mind Girl 'cause I'm goin' crazy
I need all your love honey yeah 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 Losin' my mind girl you're gone Yeah you drive Yeah Yeah
Let's get outta here
Writer/s: Desmond Child, Perry Anthony Joseph, Steven Tyler
Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., BMG Rights Management
Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
Joe from Los Angeles The falsetto vocal at the end is a homage to the falsetto ending of The Skyliner's - Since I Don't Have You.
Homer from Springfield, KyEd:You've obviously never heard Steven Tyler sing. And you've never seen him. Please don't attack someone you know nothing about.
Brittney from Orlando, FlED: steven tyler is the best singer in the world and he is mostly deffinitly not ugly! listen to some of his other songs like dream on and u will c. But i LOVE this song its so funny but emotional at the same time
Aline from Brasilia, BrazilI totally agree with Gordon. I'm a huge Aerosmith fan and I don't like this song at all. I saw an interview with Alicia Silverstone, e she said that she hated being in this video. Probably she didn't like to share the attention with Liv... but the video is ridiculous...
Jason from Southlake, TxIts a good song sad though. Kind of wierd they used teenage girls for the video. They were like in their mid- 40´s. Still it is a great ballad
Ed from Incognito, IlYou have to be a singer to sing a ballad. Tyler is just a skinny, beady-eyed ugly guy who can only scream "somewhat" on pitch.
Mark from Worcester, MiI recall a Steve Tyler quote of many years ago, paraphrase: "anyone can write a balled. They're simple and easy, and take me 10 minutes." I think he was talking about "You seen me Cry" from Toys in The Attic. The point is that I don't think Tyler puts a ton of emotional effort into this stuff. People should just enjoy it for what it is IMO, and not get worked up.
Chris from Copenhagen, Denmarki think this is a great, but very typical Aerosmith power ballad. Also, why do people look for the meaning of a song that has a simple and frank meaning? Anywayzz this is a great song...
Jeff from Sothington, CtLiv Tyler and Alicia Silverstone are in other Aerosmith videos too, i know that Alicia Silverstone is in Cryin too
Gordon from Lake Havasu City, AzAs big of an Aerosmith fan as I am, the song is totally sappy and corny. I can't say I like it. Ouch......that hurt.
Matt from Santa Barbara, CaThey filmed most of the video for this song in and around Santa Barbara and the Santa Ynez valley. The part where they sneak out of school is filmed at Santa Barbara Junior High.
Ronnie Dunn wrote "Boot Scootin' Boogie" before he teamed up with Kix Brooks to form Brooks & Dunn. It was originally recorded by the country group Asleep At The Wheel, but Brooks & Dunn did it themselves when it got its own line dance.
"Pretty In Pink" by Psychedelic Furs was released in 1981. Five years later, it inspired a movie of the same name starring Molly Ringwald, Andrew McCarthy and Jon Cryer. The song was remixed for the re-release to have more Pop appeal.