Beautiful Crazy

Album: This One's for You Too (2018)
Charted: 21
  • Her day starts with a coffee and ends with a wine
    Takes forever to get ready so she's never on time for anything
    But she gets that come get me, that look in her eye
    Well it kinda scares me the way that she drives me wild
    But she drives me wild

    Beautiful, crazy, she can't help but amaze me
    The way that she dances, ain't afraid to take chances
    And wears her heart on her sleeve
    Yeah, she's crazy but her crazy's beautiful to me

    She makes plans for the weekend, can't wait to go out
    'Til she changes her mind, says, "let's stay on the couch and watch TV"
    And she falls asleep

    Beautiful, crazy, she can't help but amaze me
    The way that she dances, ain't afraid to take chances
    And wears her heart on her sleeve
    Yeah, she's crazy but her crazy's beautiful to me

    She's unpredictable, unforgettable
    It's unusual, unbelievable
    How I'm such a fool, yeah I'm such a fool for her

    Beautiful, crazy, she can't help but amaze me
    The way that she dances, ain't afraid to take chances
    And wears her heart on her sleeve
    Yeah, she's crazy, she's crazy, she's crazy
    But her crazy's beautiful to me
    Her crazy's beautiful to me Writer/s: Luke Albert Combs, Robert Steven Williford, Wyatt Beasley III Durrette, Rivers Rutherford, Raymond Morgan Lloyd Fulcher
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Jessica Landry Pellerin from Louisiana You must have been singing about my life, cause it sure fit then and it still fits my life now. We love you Luke, God Bless You!
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