Crazy Women

Album: Lady and Gentlemen (2010)
  • Who’d-a guessed that Aquanette
    Could start a fire with a single cigarette
    She wasn’t drunk, she wasn’t stoned
    Just sick and tired of wonderin’ when he was coming home
    So she drove around
    She found his car
    They heard a boom from in the bar
    He called the cops
    She called his bluff
    They hauled her off in high heels and handcuffs

    Crazy women, ex-wives and old girlfriends
    Keep their crazy hidden till they’re pushed off the deep end
    Oh yeah, God forgive them, they weren’t born like this
    Oh no, crazy women are made by crazy men

    He told his friends she was depressed
    Borderline bi-polar, bitch with PMS
    Well he cheats and lies and then plays the victim
    He don’t know why they always seem to pick him

    Crazy women, ex-wives and old girlfriends
    Keep their crazy hidden till they’re pushed off the deep end
    Oh yeah, God forgive them, they weren’t born like this
    Oh no, crazy women are made by crazy men

    Some take a pistol, some take an axe
    Boy if you feel the fire, you damn well bet she’s got a match
    Might be the teacher just down the street
    The hairdresser or the housewife or the waitress that’s so sweet
    No you won’t see it when you meet ‘em
    So be careful how you treat ‘em
    She might look just like me

    Crazy women, ex-wives and old girlfriends
    Keep their crazy hidden till they’re pushed off the deep end
    Oh yeah, God forgive them, they weren’t born like this
    God knows, crazy women are made by crazy crazy crazy
    Crazy women are made by crazy menWriter/s: BRANDY LYNN CLARK, SHANE MCANALLY, JESSIE JO DILLON
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Downtown Music Publishing, ME GUSTA MUSIC, OLE MEDIA MANAGEMENT LP
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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