Don't Worry Baby

Album: How Will the Wolf Survive? (1984)
  • Standin' there by the window
    Starin' out at the night
    You've got so many troubles
    On your nervous mind
    But don't worry baby
    It's gonna work out fine

    You hear the sound of footsteps
    Stealing 'cross the floor
    You picked up the receiver
    You didn't know what for
    Then you saw the shadow
    Steppin' through the door

    Well don't worry baby
    What the world may bring
    Well don't worry baby
    It won't change a thing
    Life is a fly
    And then you die

    Standin' near by the window
    Starin' out at the night
    You see your lover leanin'
    Against the old street light
    But don't worry baby
    It's gonna be alright

    He was tossin' and turnin'
    And he couldn't sleep
    It ain't sure to bother
    And it was just a dream
    So where was he goin'
    Headin' down the street

    Well don't worry baby
    What the world may bring
    Well don't worry baby
    It won't change a thing
    Life is a fly
    And then you die, hey yeahWriter/s: CESAR ROSAS, LOUIS FRAUSTO PEREZ, T-BONE BURNETT
    Publisher: Spirit Music Group, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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