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Billy Bragg – She Smiled Sweetly lyrics

Why do my thoughts loom so large on me?
It seem to stay for day after day
Won't disappear, I've tried every way

But she smiled sweetly
She smiled sweetly
She smiled sweetly
And said, "Don't worry"
Oh, no, no, no

Where does she hide it inside of her?
Keeps her peace most every day
Won't disappear, my hair's turning gray

But she smiled sweetly
She smiled sweetly
She smiled sweetly
And said, "Don't worry"
Oh, no, no, no

There's nothing in why or when
There's no use in trying, you're here
Begging again and again and again

That's what she said so softly
I understood for once in my life
Feeling good most all of the time

But she smiled sweetly
She smiled sweetly
She smiled sweetly
And said, "Don't worry"
Oh, no, no, no

Oh, no, no, no
Oh, no, no, no



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