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Crazy Horses
The Osmonds Lyrics


There's a message floatin' in the air
Come from crazy horses riding everywhere
It's a warning it's in every tongue
Got to stop them crazy horses on the run
What a show there they go smokin' up the sky yeah
Crazy horses all got riders and they're you and I
Crazy Horses
Crazy Horses
Crazy Horses
Crazy Horses
Never stop and they never die
They just keep on puffin' how the multiply
Crazy horses will they never halt
If they keep on movin' then it's all our fault
What a show...
So take a good look around
See what they've done
What they've done...
Crazy Horses...

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
Written by: ALAN RALPH OSMOND, MERRILL DAVIS OSMOND, WAYNE OSMOND

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StephenGrayce

They weren't exactly known for their hard-rock chops, so when they came out with this it blew me away. The energy level is amazing.

Stephen Craig

@The last Gamer on the left they stole it from helter-skelter.

The last Gamer on the left

@Channel 1337 black Sabbath was heavier

The last Gamer on the left

@Stephen Craig black Sabbath invented heavy metal

Flannigan79

I think I saw that Osmond brother on lead guitar at a Branson Wendy's

James Hodson

I must have been about seven or eight. My mum bought me a cassette player, which came with a free cassette. I chose the Crazy Horses album. I'm 57 now, LOL

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Seachase100

Crazy Horses and Down By The Lazy River are the two songs that will keep The Osmonds from completely falling into sugar-pop oblivion.
Merrill truly had some killer vocals.
Just imagine if this band would have focused only on rock music ... with Merrill singing all the leads. They really had the potential to make it work.
Crazy Horses is all the proof you need.

Connie B

Those are my favourite osmond songs ever, I just love how high octane their performances are

Mark Lassman

@Bill Partridge We played "Down By The Lazy River" in my high school marching band. At the time, I had NO idea that it was an Osmonds song. But the way we did it, it was KILLER. Absolutely was a fun song to play.

Karen Bilger

Merrill still has a killer voice😁

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