Crazy RhythmWords & Music by Irving Caesar, Roger Wolfe Kahn & Joseph Meyer, 1928
Recorded by Doris Day, 1950
From the film Tea For Two
A9 A E7 A Crazy Rhythm, here's the doorway; A9 A AM7 A I'll go my way, you go your way. E7 D9 E7 Bm7-5 E7 A F#7 D9 E7 Crazy Rhythm, from now on we're through. A9 A E7 A Here is where we have a showdown; A9 A AM7 A I'm too high hat, you're too low-down. E7 D9 E7 Bm7-5 E7 A F#7 D9 E7 Crazy Rhythm, here's good - bye to you. E Fdim E7 A7 Em7 A7 Em7 A7 They say that when a high-brow meets a low-brow D9 G/B Edim D6 Walkin' along Broad -way, E Bm7 Edim G/B Soon the high-brow, he has no brow. A7/6 Em7 G/B Edim Ain't it a shame, and you're to blame. A9 A E7 A What's the use of prohibition? A9 A AM7 A You produce the same condition. E7 D9 E7 Bm7-5 E7 A F#7 D9 E7 Crazy Rhythm, I've gone cra - zy too.
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