GEORGE MICHAEL

GEORGE MICHAEL - Crazyman Dance

rate me

well I'm still here

but I'm so scared

got myself in trouble, so much trouble

I know I've got to make it

but I just can't take New York

my middle name is fear

I have a vacant stare

and it's been so long since my body's been warm

I know I've got to make it

but I just can't take New York

I came here

all dreams and wide eyes in the big, big city

no family, no money

and I don't even know what's hit me

he hasn't seen a doctor

since he got here in the spring

went to the Medicentre

but they wouldn't let him

without a green card

life can be so hard

take pity on a man without a home of his own

how could he ever have known?

every street and every corner

watch them drowning

watch them do the Crazyman dance

man and women to the slaughter

we just stand and watch them

do the Crazyman dance

it's been one whole year

and it's just not fair

for all the pushing and shoving

I've still got nothing

I'm never gonna make it

and I'm stuck here in New York

so people don't come near

unless you've a dollar to spare

'cause you know what they say

about madmen on the subways of New York

believe it

yesterday's newspapers

I wrap them around my body

outside these skyscrapers

I wait for the night to hit me

and boy, does it hit me

every street and every corner

watch them drowning

watch them do the Crazyman dance

for a nickel or a quarter

for your pleasure

watch them do the Crazyman dance

I'm coming yo London

I'm coming to Paris

I'm coming yo make you good clean people embarressed

why don't you look at my face

why don't you look in my eyes

you'd rather look at your feet

you'd rather look at the skies

oh, you'd look anywhere

but a man whose pure existence

says 'I ain't got time'

and I don't care

you just don't care

care

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