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Don’t Worry ‘Bout Me Song Lyrics and Chords

 

Don’t Worry ‘Bout Me Song Lyrics and Chords by Paul Williams and The Victory Trio

 

Don’t Worry ‘Bout Me
Recorded by Paul Williams and The Victory Trio
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I was thinking today of my life here on earth
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Thinking back over the  
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years
There’s been a lot of heartaches sorrow and pain
 
There’s  
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been disappointment and  
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tears
 
There’s  
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also been joy and a deep settled peace
 
That  
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only the born again  
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know
 
His  
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Spirit leads me  
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keeps me and feeds me
 
That He gave me when  
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He made me  
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whole
Don’t worry ’bout me when it comes time to leave
 
I’m  
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going to a far better  
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place
On heaven’s own strand not made with hands
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Basking in His love and His  
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Grace
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Singing His Praises through countless ages
 
With my  
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Savior forever I’ll  
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be
 
His  
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blessed assurance gave me  
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strength for endurance
 
When the call comes don’t  
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worry ’bout  
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me
How precious it’s been with Jesus my friend
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Walking together each  
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day
He’s with me in the valley with me on the mountain
 
He’ll  
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be with each trial I  
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face
 
I  
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know there’s a time a place and a day
 
When my  
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journey toward home is  
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complete
 
When my  
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work here is done and my  
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last song is sung
 
He’ll call but don’t  
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worry ’bout  
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me
Repeat #3,4
 
His  
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blessed assurance gave me  
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strength for endurance
 
When the call comes don’t  
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worry ’bout  
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me

 

FAQ

 

Who sang the the song Don’t Worry ‘Bout Me?
– The song Don’t Worry ‘Bout Me was sang by Paul Williams and The Victory Trio.

 

Who is Paul Williams and The Victory Trio?
– “Big” Paul Williams (Paul Humphrey) is an American bluegrass and gospel musician. He took the surname Williams when he began his musical career in the early 1950s. He was guitarist and lead singer for the Lonesome Pine Fiddlers before replacing Earl Taylor in the Sunny Mountain Boys in 1957, playing mandolin and being featured regularly as a lead singer.He played with Jimmy Martin at the height of the Sunny Mountain Boys career, recording steadily through 1962 and at times competing for popularity with Elvis Presley. Williams is said to have helped shape Martin’s sound. He was present in the recording process for what Martin has said were the “biggest selling records I’ve ever done.” Williams co-wrote the perennially popular hit “Hold Watcha Got.”Williams departed from Martin and the Sunny Mountain Boys in 1962. He married Jimmy Martin’s half sister who told him that “he couldn’t play bluegrass music and live for the Lord.” He went on to play gospel music with the Northside Trio and later on achieved some success and a Grammy nomination with the Victory Trio, based out of his hometown, Morristown, Tennessee.