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I Used To Worry Lyrics

from Never Been Rocked Enough

"I Used To Worry" is track #2 on the album Never Been Rocked Enough. It was written by Arata, Tony / Miller, Scott.
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Well, I used to worry where all my money had gone
'Til I wound up with nothing to spend my money on
I used to guard my time like diamonds and pearls
'Til I wind up with nothing but all the time in the world

(Chorus)
Just to think I used to worry about things like that
I used to worry 'bout rich and skinny 'til I wound up poor and fat
Now days I kind of worry where my mind's been at
Just to think I used to worry about things like that

I used to worry about making the grade
Hanging out with the right people and playing their games
I'd throw a party; they'd be wall to wall
But in a lonely minute, I had no one to call

(Repeat chorus)

Just to think I
Just to think I used to worry
Just to think I used to worry about things like that

Just to think I used to worry about things like that
I used to worry 'bout rich and skinny 'til I wound up poor and fat
Some times I kind of wonder where my mind's been at
Just to think I used to worry about things like that

Just to think I used to worry about things like that
Just to think I used to worry about things like that

Songwriters
ARATA, TONY / MILLER, SCOTT

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Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC

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