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I got a feeling about you love, who's been fooling who
Crazy eyes a been a foolin' you
You sing songs about brass buttons and shiny silver shoes
Crazy eyes what did you do to lose

Down among the South Carolina pines
You spent most of your lifetime in deep thought
Then changes come about and you find the time you spent
Wasn't quite reason for being bought

So now to be or not to be is the question now
Crazy eyes, don't you forget how
'Cause I'm used to seeing your face in the crowds,
You thought you saw me
Crazy eyes blind as you can be

Down among the South Carolina pines
You spent most of your lifetime in deep thought

Then changes come about and you find the time you spent
Wasn't quite reason for being bought


So now to be or not to be is the question now
Hey! don't you forget how
'Cause I'm used to seeing your face in the crowds,
You thought you saw me
Crazy eyes, you're blind as you can be

Down among the South Carolina pines
You spent most your life


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    General CommentAbsolutely great song from a great album. "Crazy Eyes", the album is very good all the way through. The song, Crazy Eyes, is a tribute to Gram Parsons. Well produced, written, and performed.
    thrdogniteon January 29, 2005   Link

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