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Close your eyes and close yourself
Danger hiding in all the world
Soothe your tears, your innocence
While you do everything wrong

Don't be scared to walk alone
Don't be scared to like it
There's no time that you must be home
So sleep where your darkness falls

Alive in the age of worry
Smile in the age of worry
Go wild in the age of worry
And sing Worry, why should I care?

No you fight is not within

Yours is with your timing
Dream your dreams but don't pretend
Be friends with what you are
Give your heart then change your mind
You're allowed to (throw) it
Cause God knows it's been done to you
And somehow you got through it

Alive in the age of worry
Rage in the age of worry
Sing out in the age of worry
And sing Worry, why should I care?

Rage in the age of worry
Act your age in the age of worry
And sing Worry, get out of here



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    UnregisteredJul 2, 2012 at 1:02 am
    Check the lyrics before posting them. Multiple sites have these lyrics posted incorrectly. Kinda foolish that you've all made the same mistake and haven't bothered to correct them.
  • U
    UnregisteredJun 6, 2012 at 12:16 am
    These lyrics are so wrong. "close your eyes and clone yourself. Build your heart an army. To defend your innocence while you do everything wrong. "

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