"Crash" as written by Shelly M Peiken, Blue Miller and Phillip Brian White....
(Dum, dum..can't find anything
Better to do...you drive me crazy)
Sitting on a castle
On the floor with Esmeralda
Waiting for the Geezer
Captain Crunch to come around
Feeling suicidal 'cause of certain situations
Hanging from the stairs too long
I think I'm coming down
It's time to Crash
(Losin' my mind...yeah, it's time to)
Doin' tons of colon blow
Stuffing it in every hole
Mile high, so am I
Watching Jimmy kiss the sky
Salle diner becomes a blur
With everybody jammin'
Republicans begin to sin
The batwings start a slamming
It's time to crash
(Losin' my mind...yeah, it's time to)
(Yeah, maybe it's a little late but it's time to)
You drive me crazy
You drive me crazy
You drive me crazy
Captain Billy Beemish
Put a lamb up on a rack
Thanks for coming Billy
And we hope you're comin' back
The castle will be waiting
For the next bangers and mash
Blanche and Marsha Reznick
Put their marmack with their hash
It's time to crash
Losin' my mind, losin' my mind...

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"Crash" as written by Shelly Peiken Blue Miller

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    General Commentno q its about coming down from being hi.
    minimacason December 02, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI love Aerosmith but this is deffo their worst song ever. 'Nuff said.
    daztrockson February 01, 2007   Link
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    General CommentGood song. Seems to me it's about a bad acid trip.
    BobbyjointRitualon April 08, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThe line about "Captain Billy" always struck me as a reference to Beamish museum in the North East of England - lord knows why they'd want to reference it, but the "thanks for coming, Billy" sounds a bit like an (atrocious) attempt at a North East accent.
    There was also a computer game called "Willy Beamish", maybe they just decided to randomly associate the two?
    John Johnstonon September 22, 2008   Link

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