I Ain't Worried

Album: Let the Dominoes Fall (2009)
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  • I ain't worried about a god damn thing
    I hear them talking.
    I ain't listening, listening.

    How many times did you tell me I was wrong
    But I didn't listen to you and I only stayed strong
    In a world where people don't hang on too long
    I belong, I belong
    Prove me wrong, Prove me wrong

    I ain't worried about a god damn thing
    I hear them talking, I ain't listening, listening.

    Out come the wolves in the lunar light
    Final flight you're wrong, I'm right
    Talk to me straight man, but be polite
    You hear my scream cause this one bites

    I ain't worried about a god damn thing
    I hear them talking, I ain't listening, listening.

    I'm Matt Freeman I'm coming in quick
    I got a 6-4 Merc and a clutch that won't slip
    I don't give a god damn what they say
    I'm born and raised in the East Bay.

    I ain't worried about a god damn thing
    I hear them talking, I ain't listening, listening.

    I take chances that most won't take, right
    I get knocked down I won't break
    Get it clear and make no mistake
    This town's filled with rattlesnakes

    Black, brown, white we're all punk rock
    We're the kings of the low income block
    Worn out sneakers skinheads mohawk
    When we all get together yeah the music won't stop

    I ain't worried about a god damn thing
    I hear them talking, I ain't listening Writer/s: LARS FREDERIKSEN, ROGER MATTHEW FREEMAN, TIMOTHY (USA) ARMSTRONG
    Publisher: Wixen Music Publishing
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