"Crazy" as written by and Mark Morrison....
On a train from Paris to Amsterdam
Windows frame a blurred countryside
Becoming a bit absent minded
A touch of madness aside
A brush with madness inside

Ah, ah
Go crazy
Ah, ah
Crazy

All the colors from dog to the paper
Led by the angel's hand to the eye
Still life in perpetual motion
With a short little friend by my side
It's nice to have a friend by your side

They say it just isn't done that way
Like villains too stupid to hide
It's not like we made a big decision
We're just going along for the ride
Ooh, take me along for the ride

Ah, ah
Go crazy
Ah, ah
Crazy

The starry night points a light in the firmament
All the truth that the textures confides
You know this paint, it tastes a little bit funny
Like a potion of Jekyll & Hyde
The potion of Jekyll & Hyde

Train take me back to Paris
There are so many loves left untried
In a world with no meaningless details
It's nice to have a friend by your side
It's nice to have a friend by your side

Ah, ah
Go crazy
Ah, ah
Crazy


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"Crazy" as written by Mark Morrison Edward Theodore Riley

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