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Crazy : Patsy Cline



Crazy, I'm crazy for feelin' so lonely
I'm crazy, crazy for feelin' so blue
I knew you'd love me as long as you wanted
And then someday, you'd leave me for somebody new

Worry, why do I let myself worry
Wonderin', what in the world did I do.

Oh crazy, for thinkin that my love could hold you,
I'm crazy for tryin and crazy for cryin,
And I'm crazy for lovin you

Crazy, for thinkin that my love could hold you,
I'm crazy for tryin and crazy for cryin,
And I'm crazy for lovin you.


  • Originally performed by Patsy Cline

  • The song was written and also regularly performed by Willie Nelson

  • A # 9 Top 40 hit in 1961, and a #1 country hit

Patsy Cline was born Virginia Patterson Hensley on September 8th, 1932 in Winchester Virginia.  Her parents were Sam Hensley and Hilda Virginia (Patterson) Hensley.  She had a brother named Sam and a sister named Sylvia Mae.  In 1953 she married Gerald Cline, and she later divorced him.  In 1957 she married Charlie Dick.  They had a daughter named Julie in 1958 and a son named Randy in 1961.  She died in a plane crash on March 5, 1963 near Camden, Tennessee from bad weather.

Patsy Cline was the number one female artist of the year in 1961 and 1962.  In 1962, the number one song was "I Fall to Pieces."

To this day Patsy Cline is still listened to by many people.  Here is some of her most recent recognition.  In 1972 she was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame.  In 1985, a movie called Sweet Dreams was released about her.  In 1987 she was awarded Appreciation for Outstanding Contribution in Country Music.  The Grammy Awards Recording Hall of Fame inducted "Crazy" in 1992.  In 1993 the commemorative Patsy Cline stamp came out.  In 1994 she was inducted into the National Cowgirl Hall of Fame.  In 1995 she won the Grammy Award for Creative Contribution of Outstanding Artistic Significance to the Field of Recording, and Patsy Cline's Greatest Hits album sold six million copies.  George Hamilton IV and Sandy Kelly sang a Patsy Tribute Concert in 1996.  The book Singing Girl form Shenandoah Valley was published in 1996.  In 1997 Patsy Cline was honoured with a plaque from the American Legion/Dollar Store Building.

A few of Patsy's well-known songs to this day are:  "Walkin' After Midnight," "Crazy," and "I Fall to Pieces."


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