She rolls the window down
And she talks over the sound
Of the cars that pass us by
And I don't know why
But she's changed my mind

Would you look at her
She looks at me
She's got me thinking about her constantly
But she don't know how I feel
And as she carries on without a doubt
I wonder if she's figured out
I'm crazy for this girl
Yeah, I'm crazy for this girl

She was the one to hold me
The night the sky fell down
And what was I thinking when
The world didn't end
Why didn't I know what I know now

Would you look at her
She looks at me
She's got me thinking about her constantly
But she don't know how I feel
And as she carries on without a doubt
I wonder if she's figured out
I'm crazy for this girl
Yeah, I'm crazy for this girl

Right now
Face to face
All my fears
Pushed aside
And right now
I'm ready to spend the rest of my life
With you

Would you look at her
She looks at me
She's got me thinking about her constantly
But she don't know how I feel
And as she carries on without a doubt
I wonder if she's figured out
I'm crazy for this girl
Yeah, I'm crazy for this girl

Would you look at her
She looks at me
She's got me thinking about her constantly
But she don't know how I feel
And as she carries on without a doubt
I wonder if she's figured out
I'm crazy for this girl
Yeah, I'm crazy for this girl


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Crazy for This Girl Lyrics as written by Jaron Lowenstein, Jeff Cohen, Jeffrey Cohen

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    A bittersweet song for me right now...I just want someone to be crazy about me =/

    TwistedEleganceon December 28, 2005   Link
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    this song is exactly how it was with me and my boyfriend before we got together. we had been really close friends for so long and as time went on he started acting weird around me and almost nervous. he looked at me differently and i didnt know what was wrong. eventually i realized how strong my feelings for him were and when i told him he kissed me. it was an amazing moment and this song describes it all. so basically its about how a guy loves a girl who is basically clueless..he can't stop thinking about her and just wants to let her know how he feels. BEST SONG EVER

    dudesweet929on December 02, 2007   Link
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    It explains itself. There's nothing to explain. My cousin showed me this song and I loved it. And at the time that I heard it, it was summer. I kinda had this thing going on with this girl. (extremely complicating) but I was like wow, that reminds me of her. I was heels over head for her. She never understood. Anyways, one time we were at this amusement park and we were in the bumper cars and as soon as we got in one this song came on. It was like moment. It was amazing. It was ironic. I'll never forget that. :)

    I love it.

    Starstruck11on February 20, 2009   Link
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    It describes how I feel about my crush.

    Jayge28on March 03, 2002   Link
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    oh well... gosh yes I also feel that way about my special someone.... and I'm so into this song!!!! Awwww....

    Sunnyon March 13, 2002   Link
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    this song is the sweetest!! ;)

    HaiLon April 14, 2002   Link
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    This is a great song about that one girl that you feel so close to, but at the same time you feel like your in 2 completely different worlds with. Theres that world where shes your best friend and theres that world where you both know you should be more than friends, this song is kinda talking about when both of them come together. At least thats what it means to me.

    LiveUrLifeon April 28, 2002   Link
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    I love this song!! I think it is the sweetest thing. Sometimes I wonder if maybe some guy thinks of me when he hears this.

    SWC63Z06on May 01, 2002   Link
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    it reminds me of the time when I was head over heels for someone who happens to be my ex ,and I'm still crazy for that someone until now.my fave part is "she's got me thinking about her constantly."

    cuteLSDon May 11, 2002   Link
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    I absolutely love this song! It reminds me so much of this girl that I've fallen for. Before I told her how I felt, it seemed like I heard this song every day. I was so into her, that there were some days that I didn't want to fall asleep because I just wanted to stay awake, thinking of her.

    HarukaTenohon May 11, 2002   Link

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