"I'd Rather Be Blind, Crippled And Crazy" as written by Charles Edward Sr. Hodges, Darryl Carter and Don Robey....
Just stepped out, over and over again
Standin' my pride, even though I know I can't win
I'm tired of you messin' up my tide
You got yours, let me, let me have mine

I'd rather be blind, cripple and crazy
Somewhere pushin' up daisies
Than to let you break my heart
All over again

To break a man's heart, all you need is pain
You've got me so messed up, 'bout to go insane
You break a man's heart and don't say nothin' to him
I keep askin' myself why you wanna do it?
Why you wanna do it?

I'd rather be blind, cripple and crazy
Somewhere pushin' up daisies
Than to let you break my heart
All over again

Why you wanna do it, baby?

Rather be blind, cripple and crazy
Somewhere pushin' up daisies
Than to let you break my heart
All over again

Why you wanna do it, baby?
I keep askin' myself why you wanna do it?




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"I'd Rather Be Blind, Crippled and Crazy" as written by Darryl Carter Charles Edward Sr. Hodges

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