Steven Tyler, in 'Crazy' Appearance, Seems to Forget Lyrics to Own Song

Thursday, 22 May 2014 11:37 AM

By Clyde Hughes

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Maybe it was jetlag, but Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler seemed to struggle to remember the lyrics to his hit song "Crazy" this week when he joined in an impromptu sidewalk performance of the tune in Lithuania.

In a video posted to YouTube Tuesday, a disheveled Tyler is seen attempting to sing with two women playing an instrumental rendition of his band's 1994 hit on the violin and accordion.

But all Tyler can seem to do is stand there and wail occasionally as the instrumentalists smile and play on, Gawker.com noted.

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The performance brought moans and groans from Twitter users who felt the Lithuanian performers deserved better from the rock star.











Tyler was in Lithuania with Aerosmith for its current concert tour. The band plays in Moscow on May 24, St. Petersburg, Russia on May 27, and then Helsinki, Finland on May 30.

Aerosmith's tour returns to the states on July 10 when the band kicks off its North American leg in Wantagh, New York.




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