Why this song is a classic R&B hit
When the band R.E.M. released their debut studio album in 1995, the song “Crazy Train” was a hit.
That’s because the tune was a classic, with the hook, “I’m crazy, I’m crazy.”
But the song’s title is so iconic it was included in the film version of the film The Wizard of Oz, and the song is used on the film’s soundtrack.
Now, you may be wondering why this song, which was a popular R&am song at the time, is in the movie.
Well, that’s because it’s not a song that has been used as a R&ab song.
It’s actually a song written by Bob Dylan and Bob Dylan Jr. in 1957.
The song was also used in the 1964 film “Bunny & the Brain” as part of the songwriting process for the film.
“Craziest Train” is now a staple of rock radio, and it’s used by artists such as The Killers, The Pixies, and The Smiths.
It also makes its way onto the cover of the Disney Junior CD-ROM series.
Here are some other classic R &bbers that have made it to Disney Junior.