Do I WorryWords & Music by Stanley Cowan & Bobby Worth
Recorded by The Ink Spots, 194
Intro: ||: G Edim | Am D7 :|| Am D7 Do I worry, 'cause you're stepping out? G E7 Do I worry, 'cause you've got me in doubt? Am D7 Though your kisses aren't right, do I give a bag of beans? G D7 Do I stay home every night and read my magazines? Am D7 Am I frantic, 'cause we've lost the spark? G E7 Is there panic, when it starts turning dark? Am And when evening shadows creep, G E7 Do I lose any sleep over you? Am D7 G Do I worry? You can bet your life I do. (Repeat Intro) Verse 2 (Spoken over same chords)) Am D7 Do I worry, when the Iceman calls? G E7 Do I worry, if Niagara falls? Am D7 Though you treat me just like dirt, do you think I give a snap? G D7 Are my feelings really hurt, when you're sitting in somebody elses lap? Am D7 Am I curious, when the gossip flies? G E7 Am I furious, 'bout your little white lies? Am And when all our evenings end 'cause G E7 you've got a sick friend, that needs you Am D7 G Do I worry? Honey you know dog-goned well, I do (Repeat intro) Am D7 Am I frantic, 'cause we've lost the spark? G E7 Is there panic, when it starts turning dark? Am And when evening shadows creep, G E7 Do I lose any sleep over you? Am D7 G Do I worry? You can bet your life I do.
This chart is tweaked only ever-so-slightly from one submitted to be by recent visitor Michael Johnston, who also provided this information:
The Ink Spots performed the song in the Abbott & Costello picture, "Pardon My Sarong" (1941). It was also used by Martin Scorcese in two of his films, "Raging Bull" (1980) and "The Aviator" (2004).