The Worrying Kind

Album: Prayer for the Weekend (2007)
  • Moves, I like to make them
    Grooves, I like to shake them
    Shake me from my troublesome mind

    Cause sometimes you'll find
    That I'm out of my mind
    You see baby, I'm the worrying kind

    Words, I like to break 'em
    Words I'd like to shake 'em
    Shake them from my troublesome mind

    And you turn up your nose
    It's a joke you suppose
    But baby, I'm the worrying kind

    So if you see me somewhere
    With that glassy ol' stare
    And the panic and fear in my eyes
    Don't call for first aid or the fire brigade
    Or the local police cause they won't care
    I'm just a silly old boy with my head in the can
    I'm just a mortal with potential of a superman
    But what sense does it make
    When I feel like a fake
    When I'm saying to you all be good for goodness sake?

    Words, I like to break 'em
    Words I'd like to shake 'em
    Shake them from my troublesome mind
    And why? -Heaven knows, It's a joke I suppose
    But baby, I'm the worryin' kind

    So if you see me somewhere
    With that glassy ol' stare
    And the panic and fear in my eyes
    Don't call for first aid or the fire brigade
    Or the local police cause they won't care
    I'm just silly old boy with my head in the can
    I'm just a mortal with potential of a superman
    But what sense does it make
    When I feel like a fake
    When I'm saying to you all be good for goodness sake?

    Ooh! Words, I like to break 'em
    Words I'd like to shake 'em
    Shake them from my troublesome mind
    And why? Heaven knows,
    It's Gods joke I suppose
    But baby, I'm the worryin' kind
    And You turn up your nose
    And you say it's a pose
    But Baby, I'm the worryin' kind

    Yeah sometimes I'm blind
    I'm just out of my mind
    Baby, I'm the worryin' kind
    Writer/s: MAIA HIRASAWA, OLA SALO
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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