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Great addictive song from a great addictive kiwi band. It should be correct, I had to 
to the video clip over and over again to tab it because I didn't have the song =(
Anyway, Enjoy and any questions/corrections/suggestions email me at 
, barchords or powerchords will do the trick for ya.

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CRAZY? YES! DUMB? NO!

C                      Am
C'mon girl just come around
F                      G
I may be crazy but I'm not dumb
C                      Am
Why you looking so down
F                      G
When you're so wired
C               Am
Why go into town
F               G
Come over to my house
C                        Am
Come on girl just come around
F                      G
I may be crazy but I'm not dumb
F                      G            C       F G
I may be crazy but I'm not too young
C           F G
To love you
C                         F G
I won't be fooled again
Am F
Oh no
Am F
Oh no oh oh oh

x2


Am
Then again,
Gm
What's so,
Fm            Em
Bad about dying

x3

Fm              Em           Fm
If I told you I was not afraid
Gm
I would be lying

Guitar Solo
C  A# A  F G x2
B  C  D  C
B  C  D  D#

C#                      A#
C'mon girl just come around
F#                      G#
I may be crazy but I'm not dumb
C#                      A#
Why you looking so down
F#                      G#
When you're so wired
C#               A#
Why go into town
F#               G#
Come over to my house
C#                        A#
Come on girl just come around
F#                      G#
I may be crazy but I'm not dumb
F#                      G#            C#       F# G#
I may be crazy but I'm not too young
C#           F# G#
To love you
C#                         F# G#
I won't be fooled again
A# F#
Oh no
A# F#            C#
Oh no oh oh oh
A# B# C#

            
            
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danielbarrett.f 10 Jun 04, 2014 09:29 PM, edited on June 9 2014, 01:08 am

Crazy? Yes! Dumb? No! by The Mint Chicks. From their 2006 sophomore album also titled 'Crazy? Yes! Dumb? No!'. I have written the Jazz/Rock chord names followed by the Classical Roman Numerals in brackets for those who prefer.

Verse:
"C'mon, girl, just come 'round..."
C Am F G (C: I vi IV V) x4

Refrain:
"I may be crazy but I'm not too young..."
F G (C: IV V)

C F G (C: I IV V) x2

"Oh, no..." (change from 4/4 to 3/4)
Am F Am F (C: vi IV vi IV)

Bridge:
"Then again, what's so..."
Am G F Em (C: vi V IV iii)

"if I ever told you..."
F Em F G (C: IV iii IV V)

Guitar solo:
C Bb Am F G (C: I bVII vi IV V) x2

Em F G F (C: iii IV V IV)

Em F G G# (C: iii IV V #V/C#: V)

Verse: (Same as first verse but transposed up 1 semitone. Now in C# Major)
C# A#m F# G# etc... (C#: I vi IV V etc...)

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danielbarrett.f 10 Jun 04, 2014 09:29 PM

Crazy? Yes! Dumb? No! by The Mint Chicks. From their album also titled 'Crazy? Yes! Dumb? No!'. I have written the Jazz/Rock chord names followed by the Classical Roman Numerals in brackets for those who prefer.

Verse:
"C'mon, girl, just come 'round..."
C Am F G (C: I vi IV V) x4

Verse Tag:
"I may be crazy but I'm not too young..."
F G C F G (C: IV V I IV V) x2

"Oh, no..."
Am F Am F (C: vi IV vi IV)

Bridge:
"Then again what's so..."
Am G F Em (C: vi V IV iii)

"if I ever told you..."
F Em F G (C: IV iii IV V)

Guitar solo:
C Bb Am F G (C: I bVII vi IV V) x2

Em F G F (C: iii IV V IV)

Em F G G# (C: iii IV V #V/C#: V)

Verse: (Same as first verse but sharpened 1 semitone. Now in C# Major)
C# A#m F# G# etc...

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