Crazy (Leah Haywood song)

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Crazy Leah Haywood Single Cover.jpeg
Single by Leah Haywood
from the album Leah
Released 14 August 2000
Recorded 2000
Genre Pop
Length 3:08
Label Sony Music Entertainment
Writer(s) Andreas Carlsson, Leah Jacqueline Cooney
Producer(s) Cutfather & Joe
Barbara Griffin
Leah Haywood
Leah Haywood singles chronology
"We Think It's Love"
"Takin' Back What's Mine"

"Crazy" was the second single released off Leah Haywood's debut album Leah during the third quarter of 2000 in Australia. The song is co-written by Leah and A. Carlsson where it talks about a person falling for someone driving them "crazy". This single did not achieve the same amount of success as her first single "We Think It's Love" becoming only a moderate top 40 hit on the Australian ARIA Singles chart where it debuted and peaked at #31.

The single for Crazy also contained a B-side track titled "Do You Know" that did not appear on the album, which was also co-written by Leah and Sydney music producer Barbara Griffin. Both have worked together previously on the track "And If I Could" which appeared as a B-side on the CD single of "We Think It's Love". The release of this single also came with a set of bonus stickers of Leah as well as an enhanced component featuring the Crazy music video and a link to her official website and record company-related sites.

Music video[edit]

The music video for "Crazy" was directed by Mark Hartley showing Leah in various colourful room settings and being accompanied with six female dancers throughout the video. These various settings include Leah in a room full of feathers, pink room full of trophies and a blue room with white lights outlining the shape of her body.

Track listing[edit]

"Crazy" was released as a CD Maxi with enhanced component[1]

  1. Crazy (3:08)
  2. Crazy (Delicious Radio Mix) (3:23)
  3. We Think It's Love (Tasty Radio Remix) (3:18)
  4. We Think It's Love (Acoustic) (3:24)
  5. Do You Know (3:58)

Enhanced Component

  1. "Crazy" Music Video
  2. Weblinks


"Crazy" debuted and peaked at #31 on the week commencing 27 August.[2]

Chart (2000) Peak
ARIA Singles Chart


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