~I'm Crazy! ~
What next? Petition for these young children here: https://www.traditionalvalues.us/Protect-Child-Innocence-23-S.aspx?pid=gatr
Parody Song Lyrics by Bob Duplantier, writer, author and comedian
Crazy, I'm crazy for feeling abnormal
I'm crazy, crazy for feeling untrue
I thought I could be whatever I wanted
And that somehow I could be somebody new
Surgery? Why did I undergo surgery?
Wounded, what in the world did I do?
Crazy, for thinking that I could transition
I'm crazy for lying and crazy denying
And I'm crazy for losing Meeeeeee!
Protect our Children's Innocence!
Sign the petition here: https://www.traditionalvalues.us/Prot...
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