Vern Gosdin performs “I’m Still Crazy” Live at the Ryman Auditorium 1991.

The song would reach # 1 on the charts of US Hot Country Songs, and remained a total of 22 weeks on the charts. Also, It reached # 1 in the Canada Country Tracks charts. The song was included in Vern's eleventh studio album, Alone (Columbia 1989)

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I’m Still Crazy

Album cover Vern Gosdin ( Columbia 1989 )
Album cover Vern Gosdin ( Columbia 1989 )

“I’m Still Crazy,” a song written by Buddy Cannon, Steve Gosdin and Vern Gosdin, was recorded by Vern Gosdin for the Columbia label, in March 1989, in Nashville, TN. Vern was accompanied at the recording session by: Bill Hullett (acoustic guitar), Roy Husky Jr. (upright bass), Jerry Kroon (drums), Tim Mensy (acoustic guitar), Ron Oates (keyboards), Tom Robb (bass guitar), Billy Sanford (electric guitar), Mike Severs (electric guitar) and Jim Vest (steel guitar). With the production of Bob Montgomery, it was released as the first single from the album, Alone, on September 2, 1989, would reach # 1 on the charts of US Hot Country Songs, and remained a total of 22 weeks on the charts. Also, It reached # 1 on September 4, 1989, in the Canada Country Tracks charts. “I’m Still Crazy” was Vern Gosdin’s third and final number one on the country chart.



The song was included in Vern’s eleventh studio album, Alone (Columbia 1989), the album was released on June 14, 1989, and on February 3, 1990, it would reach number # 11 on the charts of US Top Country Albums, and remained a total of 68 weeks in the charts.





Vern Gosdin – I’m Still Crazy Lyrics

Well, I woke up one morning with a note up on my chest
It said I’m gone for good you’re no longer with the best
I never dreamed there’d ever be another made for you
So I just went crazy there was nothing left to do

I used to be crazy over you
Nobody else could move me like you used to
I had to be out of my mind thinking I’d soon be over you
But I’m still crazy and I’m not over you

When the bad news finally hit me lord it hurt me to the bone
I was just a fool to think you could be just a little bit gone
But it would be easy it wouldn’t be hard to forget
Little did I know that I hadn’t seen nothing yet

I used to be crazy over you
Nobody else could move me like you used to
I had to be out of my mind thinking I’d soon be over you
But I’m still crazy and I’m not over you

Oh, I’m still crazy and I’m not over you
Oh, I’m still crazy and I’m not over you
Oh, I’m still crazy and I’m not over you

Single Vern Gosdin ( Columbia 1989 )
Single Vern Gosdin ( Columbia 1989 )

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