"Crazy as a Loon" as written by and John Prine Pat Mclaughlin....
Back before I was a movie star
Straight off of the farm
I had a picture of another man's wife
Tattooed on my arm

With a pack of Camel cigarettes
In the sleeve of my Tee shirt
I'm headin' out to Hollywood
Just to have my feelings hurt

That town will make you crazy
Just give it a little time
You'll be walking 'round in circles
Down at Hollywood and Vine

You'll be waitin' on a phone call
At the wrong end of a broom
Yes, that town'll make you crazy
Crazy as a loon

So, I headed down to Nashville
To become a country star
Every night you'd find me hangin'
At every honky-tonk and bar

Pretty soon I met a woman
Pretty soon she done me wrong
Pretty soon my life got sadder
Than any country song

That town will make you crazy
Just give it a little time
You'll be walking 'round in circles
Lookin' for that country rhyme

You'll be waitin' on a phone call
At the wrong end of a broom
Yea, that town'll make you crazy
Crazy as a loon

So, I gathered up my savvy
Bought myself a business suit
I headed up to New York City
Where a man can make some loot

I got hired Monday morning
Downsized that afternoon
Overcome with grief that evening
Now I'm crazy as a loon

So I'm up here in the North Woods
Just staring at a lake
Wondering just exactly how much
They think a man can take

I eat fish to pass the time away
'Neath this blue Canadian moon
This old world has made me crazy
Crazy as a loon
Lord, this world will make you crazy
Crazy as a loon


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"Crazy as a Loon" as written by Pat Mclaughlin John Prine

Lyrics © CORN COUNTRY MUSIC , KAREN SCHAUBEN PUBLISHING ADMINISTRATION

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