Crazy Cool

Album: Head over Heels (1995)
Charted: 58
  • Sitting, chilling, thinking about you babe
    You're like a long, cool glass of lemonade
    Bitter, sweet and I want you so bad it hurts
    You complete my life
    And you quench my thirst, sexy

    Sexy feelings just come over me
    Playing with my dress like a summer breeze
    Gentle as the touch of a falling leaf
    You open me up to love
    Now I gotta believe, gotta believe

    [Bridge:]
    Nothing's too good for my baby
    Anything you want be free
    It's the least that I can do
    What you've given me, given me

    [Chorus:]
    Cause I'm cool, crazy cool
    Crazy cool with you
    In this groove, crazy groove
    Back act a fool
    Hey I'm cool, crazy cool
    You're crazy cool with me
    In this groove, crazy cool
    Everything you need, sexy

    Laying in the grass
    Writing poetry
    Looking up at the midnight sun
    When you're making love to me
    You showed me just how cool
    Crazy cool can be
    Now I know the meaning of ecstasy, ecstasy Writer/s: PETER LORD, PETER MORELAND, SANDRA KAY ST. VICTOR, V JEFFREY SMITH
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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