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Don't Worry 'Bout Me
Composer
Ted Koehler
Lyricist
Rube Bloom
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1957
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1957
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"Don't Worry 'Bout Me" is a song featured in the CD re-release of Frank Sinatra's 1957 album, Where Are You?.

Lyrics Edit

Don't worry 'bout me
I'll get along
Forget about me
Be happy my love

Let's say that our little show is over
And so the story ends
Why not call it a day, the sensible way
And still be friends

Look out for yourself
Should be the rule
Give your heart and your love, to whomever you love
Don't be a fool

Darling why stop to cling, to some fading thing
That used to be
If you can forget
Don't you worry 'bout me

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