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Home - No Worries

if i lived in the hills of kentucky
or on the plains of indiana
i'd grow a little corn
thank god for being born
and never have a worry in the world
I'd go to the chapel every sunday
I'd say grace before every meal
I'd eat biscuits and gravy
knowing jesus would save me
and never have a worry in the world
i wouldn't worry
i wouldn't worry
I'd never have a worry in the world

if i had me one half acre
with room for a pond in the back
me and my catahoula
we'd sing glory glory glory
halle halleluia
and we'd live off the fat of the land
if i could wear this bible belt
well, I'd loosen the buckle
untuck my shirt a little
and never have a worry in the world

but me, i'm just passing through this city
on my way from the cradle to the grave
i'll drink to your health
and I'll see you all in hell
'cause i ain't got a worry in the world
i ain't worried
are you worried
no we ain't got a worry in the world

©2000 Mike West

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