"Stone Cold Crazy" as written by John Deacon, Brian Harold May, Freddie Mercury and Roger Taylor....
Sleeping very soundly on a Saturday morning
I was dreaming I was Al Capone
There's a rumor going round
Gotta clear outta town
I'm smelling like a dry fish bone
Here come the law gonna break down the door
Gonna carry me away once more
Never never I never want it anymore
Gotta get away from this stone cold floor
Crazy stone cold crazy you know

Rainy afternoon I gotta blow a typhoon
And I'm playing on my slide trombone
Anymore anymore cannot take it anymore
Gotta get away from this stone cold floor
Crazy stone cold crazy you know

Walking down the street
Shooting people that I meet
With my rubber Tommy water gun
Here come the deputy
He's gonna come and get me
I gotta get me up and run
They got the sirens loose
I ran right outta juice
They're gonna put me in a cell
If I can't go to heaven
Will they let me go to hell?
Crazy stone cold crazy you know

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"Stone Cold Crazy" as written by Freddie Mercury Brian May

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    General CommentThis song is unlike any other Queen song. It is just great. Everyone, once in a while, should try dancing around their house and screaming out the lyrics to this.
    knowthyselfon April 17, 2003   Link
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    General Commentthis song is crazy. no shit it's not like any other queen song! it's not like any other classic rock song! it's like thrash metal, yet not quite as loud. when i heard the metallica cover (i heard that first), i thought they must have metal'd the song up a whole lot.... but no, there is little difference in the heavyness, except for freddie's and jaymz's vocals.
    AeroLed286on April 18, 2003   Link
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    General Commentalot like Priest's Breaking the law. just not as repetitive.
    no, screw Judas Priest, this owns
    Mr. Badguy0077on November 11, 2004   Link
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    General CommentThis song is just fucking awesome.
    Steville_1253on December 04, 2004   Link
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    General CommentMetallica destroyed this song by covering it and filling it with foulmouthed lyrics. Yet again, hasbeens turn a piece of innocent audio fun into something not even your hellraising father would enjoy. Shame...
    AsItBeganon December 23, 2004   Link
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    General CommentI agree with Asitbegan.
    I haven't heard the recorded Metallica cover-- only saw their performance at the FM tribute gig.
    I couldn't believe Queen let them cover it (since you're required permission to cover a song if you change the lyrics).
    That's practically blasphemy on Metallica's part-- especially since they're such big Queen fans.
    Bennyboyon January 16, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThe original Queen version is about a crazy guy pretending he's a gangster, but Metallica's version get rid of the fun aspect of the song and makes it about an acual violent situation.
    RoboLuncheonon January 25, 2005   Link
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    General CommentBennyboy, 1st chill and 2nd dont critisize shit you havent heard
    Shadow of Oblivionon September 03, 2005   Link
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    General Comment70s thrash metal without even knowing it!
    GabrielEvaon September 10, 2005   Link
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    General CommentAbout a wannabe Gangster, pretty thrashy, love the riff, hate Metallica's version...I think the song American Idiot kinda ripped this off in the structure.
    wow thats awesomeon November 10, 2005   Link

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