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  1. Crazy

From the album Half-Light

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Kelcy Mae: vocals, rhythm guitar
Alex McMurray: lead guitar
Sam Cordts: lead guitar
Chris Nicotera: bass guitar
Joseph Stolarick: drums
Lucy Cordts: banjo
Vanessa I. Niemann: additional vocals

Written by Kelcy D. Wilburn (BMI)
Published by Parish Road Music (BMI)
Produced by Kelcy Wilburn (Kelcy Mae), Jason Rhein, Rick Nelson
Recorded by Rick Nelson & Jason Rhein at Marigny Recording Studios in New Orleans, LA
Mixed by Misha Kachkachisvilli at Esplanade Studios in New Orleans, LA
Mastered by Eric Conn at Independent Mastering in Nashville, TN

Lyrics

I went walking back to you
just to find your mind had gone, too
And as I rode that cab away
I heard you say
Oh please just stay. I'll behave.
But I think I'd rather come back some other day, maybe

We can laugh, we can cry
We can sing those lullabies in the low light of the morning when we hold each other tight
But you're crazy, babe, and I know my end from end, and I see your madness, my darling, has become too much my friend
So I gotta end it.

See, me and you, we've been through this before
It just wasn't you and me before
And if there's one thing that I've learned to be true
It's patterns are as patterns do
I've seen enough here
Haven't you?


We can laugh, we can cry
We can sing those lullabies in the low light of the morning when we hold each other tight
But you're crazy, babe, and I know my end from end, and I see your madness, my darling, has become too much my friend
So I gotta end it.


We can laugh, we can cry
We can sing those lullabies in the low light of the morning when we hold each other tight
But you're crazy, babe, and I know my end from end, and I see your madness, my love, has become my new best friend
So I gotta end it.