Don't Worry

Album: Notes On A Conditional Form (2020)
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  • When you're in love but you don't know what to do with it
    When blackness hangs overhead like a cloud

    Don't worry, darlin'
    'Cause I'm here with you
    Don't worry, darlin'
    The sun will shine through

    When you wake up and you don't know what day it is
    When the pain flows through your heart and your bones

    Don't worry, darlin'
    'Cause I'm here with you
    Don't worry, darlin'
    The sun will shine through

    When you feel no one knows just what you're goin' through
    When your insides feel much colder than snow

    Don't worry, darlin'
    'Cause I'm here with you
    Don't worry, darlin'
    Oh, don't worry, darlin'
    Don't worry, darlin'
    I'll always love you
    You Writer/s: Adam Brian Thomas Hann, George Bedford Daniel, Matthew Timothy Healy, Ross Stewart Macdonald
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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