"Crazy Ride" as written by Michelle Branch and Hillary Lindsey....
Goodnight big moon
Sweet dreams, baby
If I could have one wish tonight
It would be that you'll always keep
Keep the starlight in your eyes
One day you'll grow up
One day you'll walk out
In this big world on your own

And there will be days when
Your heart'll break in
Swear that all your strength is gone
But then you'll find a way to carry on

Heaven knows that it's a crazy ride
It's never perfect all the time
It'll pull you down and send you flying
So baby hold on tight
On this crazy ride

So don't be scared when you're in the darkness
The sun is swallowed by the ground
You think it's gone but it's hanging on
It's just on the other side of town
Even when it's lost, it can be found

Heaven knows that it's crazy ride
It's never perfect all the time
It'll pull you down and send you flying
So baby hold on tight
On this crazy ride

Heaven knows that it's crazy ride
It's never perfect all the time
You know it's just a crazy ride
It's never perfect all the time
It'll pull you down and send you flying
So baby hold on tight
On this crazy ride

Goodnight big moon
Sweet dreams, baby


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"Crazy Ride" as written by Hillary Lee Lindsey Hillary Lindsey

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    Song MeaningSurprised this hasn't been commented on...

    Meaning is defined here (as Michelle talks about it and sings an acoustical version):
    youtube.com/…

    I think the real question is this - is the acoustical version or the studio version better??

    Nonetheless, really pretty song. I hope to be able to hum this (since I can't sing for the life of me) to my kids someday...
    squirrelyon November 15, 2010   Link

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