Nervous

  • Too good
    Ain't it all too good?
    Looks like Lady Luck is waking up on the right side
    Doing just fine
    Get along just fine
    I keep waking up afraid to look on the bright side

    I get nervous when I'm happy
    I get nervous 'cause what comes up must come down
    I get nervous when I'm happy
    I get nervous 'cause what comes up must come down, ooh ooh ho ooh

    Okay
    Doing A-okay
    I feel right as rain, and I can't complain, it's amazing
    And I'm getting alright
    There's not a cloud in sight
    Lifts me off my feet, feels so sweet I can taste it

    I get nervous when I'm happy
    I get nervous 'cause what comes up must come down
    I get nervous when I'm happy
    I get nervous 'cause what comes up must come down, ooh ooh ho ooh

    I get nervous (ooh ooh ho ooh)
    I get nervous (ooh ooh ho ooh)
    I get nervous 'cause what comes up must come down (ooh ooh ho ooh)

    (I, I, I get) I get nervous
    (I, I, I get) ah so nervous
    (I, I, I get) I get nervous
    (I, I, I get)

    I get nervous when I'm happy
    I get nervous cause what comes up must come down
    I get nervous when I'm happy
    I get nervous cause what comes up must come down, ooh ooh ho ooh

    I get nervous (ooh ooh ho ooh)
    I get nervous (ooh ooh ho ooh)
    I get nervous 'cause what comes up must come down (ooh ooh ho ooh) Writer/s: ADAM LEVIN, ALEXANDER JUNIOR GRANT, CASEY WAKELEY HARRIS, NOAH G. FELDSHUH, SAMUEL NELSON HARRIS
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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