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(Chorus)
Crazy ain’t original these days
The world was going half-crazy anyway
Anything you can think of, it’s all been done before
Crazy ain’t original no more

(Verse)
Checking in and out and in and out of rehab
It ain’t quite the shame it used to be
Well you’re dressed to be the star ‘cause one bad
Mug shot makes you much more interesting

(Chorus)
Crazy ain’t original these days
The world was going half-crazy anyway
Anything you can think of, it’s all been done before
Crazy ain’t original no more

(Verse)
Well those neighbors we all tried to stay away from
Twelve kids were not enough, they had thirteen
And what everybody used to call a freak show
Well now we call reality TV

(Chorus)
Crazy ain’t original these days
The world was going half-crazy anyway
Anything you can think of, it’s all been done before
Crazy ain’t original no more

(Verse)
Yea all these bankers down on Wall street riding Harleys
Wicked lawyers breaking all the rules
All those grammers with their cosmetic surgeons
Do their best to look like they’re still in high-school

(Chorus)
Crazy ain’t original these days
The world was going half-crazy anyway
Anything you can think of, it’s all been done before
Crazy ain’t original no more

Anything you can think of, it’s all been done before
Crazy ain’t original no more



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