Crazy Girl

Album: Life at Best (2011)
Charted: 30
  • Baby why you wanna cry?
    You really oughta know that I
    Just have to walk away sometimes
    We're gonna do what lovers do
    We're gonna have a fight or two
    But I ain't ever changing my mind

    Crazy girl, don't you know that I love you?
    I wouldn't dream of going nowhere
    Silly woman come here let me hold you
    Have I told you lately I love you like crazy, girl?

    I wouldn't last a single day
    I'd probably just fade away
    Without you I'd lose my mind
    Before you ever came along
    I was living life all wrong
    The smartest thing I ever did was make you all mine

    Crazy girl, don't you know that I love you?
    I wouldn't dream of going nowhere
    Silly woman, come here let me hold you
    Have I told you lately I love you like crazy, girl?
    Like crazy, girl

    Crazy girl, don't you know that I love you?
    I wouldn't dream of going nowhere
    Silly woman come here let me hold you
    Have I told you lately I love you like

    Crazy girl, don't you know that I love you?
    I wouldn't dream of going nowhere
    Silly woman come here let me hold you
    Have I told you lately I love you like crazy, girl?

    Like crazy
    Oh crazy girl
    Like crazy
    Oh crazy girlWriter/s: LEE BRICE, LIZ ROSE
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, MIKE CURB MUSIC, OLE MEDIA MANAGEMENT LP
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