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Crazy Fine



Three packs and a purse
Headed for the hearse
Still yet I strive
To stay alive
In this rat infested town
Fightin' my way down like a clown

Go ahead and call me crazy
One--more--time
But you better look out Miss Dazey
You could drop on a dime
Go ahead and call me crazy
One--last--time
I am Crazy...
Crazy fine

Think they woulda thank
Before buyin back the bank
Slap happy Pappy
Don't get crappy
Everbody wants to take a shot
And they keep on callin' what it's not

Go ahead and call me crazy
One--more--time
I aint nearly so lazy
That I'd drop on a dime
Go ahead and call me crazy
One--last--time
I am Crazy...
Crazy fine

All those drunken fools
Who don't follow rules
With stained fingers and jars
And broken down cars
Hit on me
To take my free

Go ahead and call me crazy
One--more--time
But you better look out Miss Dazey
You could drop on a dime
Go ahead and call me crazy
One--last--time
I am Crazy...
Crazy fine
I'm towin' the line I'll keep what's mine Knowin' the sign Pourin' the wine Bein' the vine that somehow doth twine crazy fine into the human number nine
Like Cray--A--Z Man
Cray--A--Z FINE

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Writing is not something I do--it's something I am. I have been a wordsmith since before I could write. I have now written 2 novels, 6 children's books, several short stories, and boxes full of poetry. I am now disabled but I still have a day job. I have 7 sisters, a dog and 2 cats (one has only 3 legs), A daughter, numerous "God-daughters", A son, and a few "God-sons". I am Extremely Biblical though I don't really follow organized religion. God is my life and I have truly been blessed-For God By God...Peace Out__Gypsy Row more…

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