Rodney Crowell – She’s Crazy For Leaving

The song was Crowell's second number one country hit as a solo artist. The single went to number one for one week and spent a total of 14 weeks on the country chart.

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Rodney Crowell - She's Crazy For Leaving
Cover LP Rodney Crowell Columbia 1988

Rodney Crowell – She’s Crazy For Leaving, is a song co-written and recorded by American country music artist Rodney Crowell. It was released in September 1988 as the third single from the album Diamonds & Dirt. The song was Crowell’s second number one country hit as a solo artist. The single went to number one for one week and spent a total of 14 weeks on the country chart. It was written by Crowell and Guy Clark, who originally recorded it on his 1981 album The South Coast of Texas, which Crowell produced.



Rodney Crowell – She’s Crazy For Leaving
From the album Diamonds & Dirt
B-side “Brand New Rag”
Released September 1988
Recorded November 1987
Genre Country
Length 3:16
Label Columbia
Songwriter(s) Rodney Crowell and Guy Clark
Producer(s) Tony Brown and Rodney Crowell

COUNTRYPEDIA




Rodney Crowell – She’s Crazy For Leaving Lyrics

Well the bus pulled away
In a roaring black cloud
Well I stood in the road
And Honey I hollered right out loud

Hey darling I love ya
Hey bus driver woe!
But you can’t stop a women when she’s out of control

She’s crazy for leaving!
I told her so!
And the boys at the bus stop just said “man, let her go!”
She’s crazy for leaving
I told her so!
But you can’t stop a women when she’s out of control

So I punched out my truck on a telephone pole!
No. she never looked back she just said “go driver go!”
Well I know I could a caught her
But I ran outta luck!
She was long on to Lufkin by the time they cut me out of my truck

She’s crazy for leaving
I told her so!
And the boys at the bus stop just said “man, let her go!”
She’s crazy for leaving I told her so
But you can’t stop a women when she’s out of control
So I kicked and I cussed that old East Texas road
I throw’d rocks at my truck, which had busted my nose
Ya add insult to injury and what do ya get?
Ya get a bus stop of honkies that don’t ever forget!

She’s crazy for leaving I told her so
And the bus depot lady just said “Hun, just let her go!”
She’s crazy for leaving I told her so!
But you can’t stop a women when she’s out of control
No, you can’t stop a women when she’s out of control

Ya know, she’s probably already to Little Rock

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Rodney Crowell - She's Crazy For Leaving
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