Worry

Album: Phase (2014)
Charted: 67
  • My nights are broken up
    By the sounds of women I'll never meet
    And when my eyes are closed
    I can start to feel
    You staring at me
    The right side of my bed
    Has always left me feeling stuck in between

    Oh, oh, oh, oh

    Everything I know
    And all the lies I tell myself so I can sleep
    Pick apart the pieces you left
    Don't you worry about it
    Don't you worry about it
    Try and give yourself some rest
    And let me worry about it
    Let me worry about it

    You came around to say things
    You've been away like I hadn't known
    'Cause if I don't wake up
    Every single day not seeing you go
    As if this moon of ours
    Only shines a half to make me feel whole
    As if I haven't felt your breath
    In every step I take when the wind blows

    Pick apart the pieces you left
    Don't you worry about it
    Don't you worry about it
    Try and give yourself some rest
    And let me worry about it
    Let me worry about it

    Pick apart the pieces you left
    Don't you worry about it
    Don't you worry about it
    Try and give yourself some rest
    And let me worry about it
    Let me worry about it

    Pick apart the pieces you left
    Don't you worry about it
    Don't you worry about it
    Try and give yourself some rest
    And let me worry about it
    Let me worry about it Writer/s: BASTIAN LANGEBAEK, JACK ROBERT GARRATT
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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