"Crazy Women" is a country song written by Brandy Clark, Jessie Jo Dillon, and Shane McAnally. In it, the female narrator contemplates that women are driven to craziness by their male counterparts ("Oh no, crazy women are made by crazy men"). The song's first verse describes a woman torching her significant other's car while he is in a bar, and in the second, finds him venting that he's the victim of undeserved scorn in spite of his cheating and lying ways. The bridge details that any woman, regardless of their outward appearance, has the capacity to be crazy if mistreated by her man.
The song was later recorded by one of its co-writers, Brandy Clark, for her 2013 debut album, 12 Stories.
Bobby Peacock of Roughstock gave it four stars out of five, saying that it "makes itself known right away with crisp, clear, gritty guitar". He also praised Rimes' vocals. It received a "thumbs up" from Karlie Justus of The 9513, who called it "a successful, stylish thinking woman’s tale of revenge that holds up well despite its surface glitz."