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The Osmonds

Crazy Horses

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1972
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“Crazy Horses” is a 1972 hit by The Osmonds reaching number 14 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and number 2 in the UK Singles Chart. The song is claimed to be a protest about the amount of pollution created by cars. It is a heavy rock style which was a major stylistic departure from the type of music The Osmonds were known for. It is one of their best known hits and has been covered by numerous other bands including The Mission, Tank, Neal Morse, The Frames, The Zetas and KMFDM. Westlife covered the song live in 2003. Read on...

Song lines: ♪ Crazy horses ... Crazy horses all got riders, and they're you and I ... What a show, there they go smokin' up the sky, yeah

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