I met my old lover on the street last night
She seemed so glad to see me, I just smiled
And we talked about some old times and we drank ourselves some beer
Still crazy after all these years, still crazy after all these years

I'm not the kind of man who tends to socialize
I seem to lean on old familiar ways
And I ain't no fool for love songs that whisper in my ears
Still crazy after all these years, still crazy after all these years

Four in the morning, I'm tapped up and yawning, longing my life away
I never worry, why should I, oh yeah, it's all gonna fade

Now I sit by my window and I watch the cars roll by
I fear I'll do some damage one fine day
But I would not be convicted by a jury of my peers
Still crazy after all these years
Still crazy, still crazy, still crazy after all these years

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"Still Crazy After All These Years" as written by Paul Simon

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    General Comment This song tells of a man who is teetering on the brink of insanity. He knows this, but is unwilling or unable to change.
    When he finally snaps, he will hurt people. And a jury would be crazy not to convict him. The only people who would not convict him, are his peers. And since they are his peers, they are also crazy.
    babsdaddyon April 11, 2010   Link

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