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Fine Young Cannibals
"She Drives Me Crazy"
I cant stop
The way I feel
Things you do
Dont seem real
Tell you what I got in mind
cause were runnin out of time
Wont you ever set me free?
This waitin rounds killin me
She drives me crazy
Like no one else
She drives me crazy
And I cant help myself
I cant get
Any rest
People say
Im obsessed
Everything thats serious lasts
But to me theres no surprise
What I have, I knew was true
Things go wrong, they always do
She drives me crazy
Like no one else
She drives me crazy
And I cant help myself
I wont make it,
On my own
No on likes,
To be alone
She drives me crazy
Like no one else
She drives me crazy
And I cant help myself
Uh huh huh
She drives me crazy
Like no one else
She drives me crazy
And I cant help myself
Uh huh huh
She drives me crazy
Like no one else
She drives me crazy
And I cant help myself
About Fine Young Cannibals:
Fine Young Cannibals was an English band best known for its 1989 hits "She Drives Me Crazy" and "Good Thing". Formed in Birmingham, England, by vocalist Roland Gift and former The Beat members David Steele and Andy Cox. Their name came from the 1960 film All The Fine Young Cannibals starring Robert Wagner and Natalie Wood.
The group was formed in 1984 in Birmingham, UK, out of the ashes of The Beat, with whom Cox and Steele previously played.
Their highest charting hits in the US were "She Drives Me Crazy" and "Good Thing", from the album The Raw and the Cooked. Both reached number one in the US single charts.
Fine Young Cannbals broke up in 1992, before briefly returning to the studio in 1996 to record a new single The Flame which would complement their Greatest Hits compilation released that year. Gift soon reactivated the band and toured in the 2000s as Roland Gift and the Fine Young Cannibals. Fine Young Cannibals appeared as the house band in the 1987 comedy Tin Men.
Steele and Cox had previously recorded under the moniker "Two Men, a Drum Machine and a Trumpet."