Why Worry

Album: Brothers In Arms (1985)
  • Baby, I see this world has made you sad
    Some people can be bad
    The things they do, the things they say

    But baby, I'll wipe away those bitter tears
    I'll chase away those restless fears
    And turn your blue skies into gray

    Why worry
    There should be laughter after pain
    There should be sunshine after rain
    These things have always been the same
    So why worry now
    Why worry now

    Baby, when I get down I turn to you
    And you make sense of what I do
    And though it isn't hard to say

    But baby, just when this world seems mean and cold
    Our love comes shining red and gold
    And all the rest is by the way

    Why worry
    There should be laughter after pain
    There should be sunshine after rain
    These things have always been the same
    So why worry now
    Why worry now Writer/s: Mark Knopfler
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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