Call Me Crazy

Album: Call Me Crazy, But... (2013)
  • She could be the baddest ever
    But you belong to me yeah me yeah me yeah
    And I ain't with that sharing shit
    I don't wanna know how she makes you feel
    Keep all that away from me far away from me far from me

    Whatever whatever whatever it is
    It doesn't matter to me baby I'm yours
    You're still my baby to the core
    Call me crazy crazy crazy crazy I'm yours
    I ain't going nowhere you're my life support
    Call me crazy crazy crazy crazy
    Call me crazy crazy crazy crazy

    Lock me up in your arms forever
    And never set me free no free throw away the key
    Damn right I be on that obsessive shit
    Take my-ah love and hide it from me
    I mean 'cause it ain't like I'm a be naming
    Even all my friends say that
    I'm losing it and I need to get a grip 'cause he's a

    Whatever whatever whatever it is
    It doesn't matter to me baby I'm yours
    You're still my baby to the core
    Call me crazy crazy crazy crazy I'm yours
    I ain't going nowhere you're my life support
    Call me crazy crazy crazy crazy
    Call me crazy crazy crazy crazy

    Throw it again
    Throw it again

    Whatever whatever whatever it is
    It doesn't matter to me baby I'm yours
    You're still my baby to the core
    Call me crazy crazy crazy crazy I'm yours
    I ain't going nowhere you're my life support
    Call me crazy crazy crazy crazy
    Call me crazy crazy crazy crazy
    Call me crazy crazy crazy crazy
    Call me crazy crazy crazy crazy Writer/s: AMBER STREETER, DWAYNE ABERNATHY, TAYLOR PARKS
    Publisher: BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC
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