Trouble

  • Oh, here comes trouble
    Put your helmet on, we'll be heading for a fall
    Yeah, the whole thing's gonna blow
    And the devil's got my number
    It's long overdue, he'll come looking soon
    Yeah, the whole thing's gonna blow

    Oh, here comes trouble
    These people talk too much, need to shut 'em up
    Yeah, I'd rather be alone
    Can you, can you feel that rumble?
    All this borrowed time, it's been running out
    It's the ending of the show

    But I know now, yeah, yeah, I know now, yeah

    Everything's gonna be okay
    Oh, I keep telling myself, "Don't worry, be happy"
    Oh, you keep telling yourself, "Everything's gonna be okay"
    Oh, I keep telling myself, "Don't worry, be happy"
    Oh, you keep telling yourself, "Everything's gonna be okay"

    Oh, I've changed my number
    Wore disguises and went undercover just to
    Just to hide away from you
    Oh, my ghost came a-calling
    Making noises 'bout a promise I had broken
    Oh, I'm gonna be lonely soon

    Oh, here comes trouble
    Put your helmet on, we'll be heading for a fall
    Yeah, the whole thing's gonna blow
    And the devil's got my number
    It's long overdue, he'll come looking soon
    Yeah, the whole thing's gonna blow

    Everything's gonna be okay
    Oh, I keep telling myself, "Don't worry, be happy"
    Oh, you keep telling yourself, "Everything's gonna be okay"
    Oh, I keep telling myself, "Don't worry, be happy"
    Oh, you keep telling yourself, "Everything's gonna be okay"

    Everything's gonna be okay Writer/s: DANIEL LEDINSKY, TUNDE ADEBIMPE, DAVID SITEK, KYP MALONE, JALEEL BUNTON
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, BMG Rights Management
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