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Crazy horses, crazy horses

There’s a message talkin', in the air
Come from
Crazy horses ridin’ everywhere
It’s a warning message, every town's gotta
Stop them crazy horses on the run

What a show, there they go smokin’ up the sky, yeah
Crazy horses are the riders in you and I

Crazy horses, crazy horses

Never stop and they never die
They just keep on pumpin'
How they multiply
Crazy horses will they, never halt
They keep on movin' and it's all our fault

What a show, there they go smokin’ up the sky, yeah
Crazy horses are the riders in you and I

Crazy horses, crazy horses

Yeah, yeah, everybody's going crazy
Oh the horses
Someone come and sing

Crazy horses, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

So take a good look around, see what they’ve done
What they’ve done...they’ve done...they’ve done...they’ve done...they’ve done

Crazy horses
Crazy horses
Crazy horses
Crazy horses



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  • BoneMachine
    BoneMachineDec 10, 2008 at 9:09 pm
    Apparently the song seems to be about air pollution, where the crazy horses are the cars witch causes this.
    This explanation was given by one of the Osmonds himself on a BBC program about musical families.

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