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If you think that it's complicated, I know your wrong
If you think we were separated, like neil armstrong

And his wife, his beautiful wife
His beautiful wife

I was lost in space, I was born in a race
I was blind to see, you were crazy about me
Crazy about me, crazy about me
Crazy about me, crazy about me

All the girls in the world, don't mean a thing
All the girls in the world, can swing

Your ship was good, your ship will win
Your heart was true, I was crazy about you
Crazy about you, crazy about you
Crazy about you crazy about you



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    alexthomasdavisFeb 24, 2014 at 1:50 pm
    This song is about my first girlfriend Kate. The song is about losing someone - and being blind to see it. She was crazy about me. Then I was crazy about you, but its too late, I have already split up with you. I love the Neil Armstrong sentiment, this is probably as good as it gets with my lyrics. The chords are a rip off - half - of a stone roses song, but it has its own melody, so you can't notice it.

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