#1
keep in mind: i am NOT a serial killer


~If Crazy Were A Word~

Dreams are gone and bones will break.
With every move; each sudden make
Of tearing skin and biting flesh
Of those I knew when I was dead.
But now I'm here and I will stay;
Not that anyone could stop me anyway!
I've become bloodthirsty in a ravenous thrill...
Yet you have the power to control me at will.
With the blink of an eye and look into mine
The thoughts in my mind begin to collide.
With the thought of a hunger that once conquered, I
Begin to remember that I'd begun to cry
In the sight of this face, the wandering ghoul
Of a match-maker's requiem of hope and a fool.
To the crowded dead cemetary I once beheld,
My grave is reburied, and I am all well.
I begin to realize what keeps me alive,
And it's that glinting shine with the look in his eyes.
The tint of its color and the pupils unwind
Through the light of the sun that keeps me alive.
I try to be gone, I try to resist
The urge to return for a dumbfounded bliss
That I refuse to leave behind my numb feet
That the dead matcher-maker walked on for me.
Three is the number of how I decide
Through the security of my abode at night.
I take this number and count to itself
But no sees the massacre beheld:
Three gorgeous dead bodies in the length of my room
That I count and I count until it's too soon.
As soon as it's day my task is complete
And no one's around to gain my retreat.
No one is left but just he and I
And he'll never remember those people who died.
#2
To be in the past tence: Sing.: I WAS
PLur.: WE WERE

Crazy = Singular ---> Crazy WAS

If crazy was a word
#3
Quote by StBelic
To be in the past tence: Sing.: I WAS
PLur.: WE WERE

Crazy = Singular ---> Crazy WAS

If crazy was a word


You don't know anything.^^

Due to the "If," the clause "If Crazy were a word" takes the subjunctive mood. In English, the subjunctive uses past-plural (often past-perfect-plural) endings. The songwriter who started this thread is using correct grammar. You are not.

Don't argue with me on this. It was right in the first place.
#4
To be in the past tence: Sing.: I WAS
PLur.: WE WERE

Crazy = Singular ---> Crazy WAS

If crazy was a word


also, since it's a title, the author has the authority in writing the title however he wants, since it's a title. it's like a name. you don't not name your kid Bawb just because it's spelled wrong, you can name your kid whatever spelling arrangement you want and it won't be wrong because it's yours, such is the case when naming a poem or song. (even though the title's grammar is correct... geez, don't act like you know everything..) =]