Don't Worry Baby

Words & Music:

Brian Wilson & Roger Christian


Yep.  Another ace '60s tab from Andrew Rogers.  There's also an arrangement of this in the October 2007 issue of Acoustic Guitar.


E    A  A/B  [2x]


E                                            A                 B

Well it's been building up inside of me for, oh, I don't know how long.

E                                          A              B

I don't know why, but I keep thinkin' somethin's bound to go wrong.

F#m7          B7

But she looks in my eyes,

G#m7         C#7

And makes me realize,




When she says (Don't worry, baby.)

              G#m7           C#7sus4 C#7

"Don't worry, baby, (Don't worry, baby.)


Everything will turn out all right. (Don't worry, baby.)

             G#m7            C#7sus4 C#7

Don't worry, baby. (Don't worry, baby.)

B7sus4 B7



I know I should've kept my mouth shut when I started to brag about my car.

But I can't back down now 'cause I've pushed the other guys too far.

She makes me come alive,

And makes me wanna drive.


CHORUS:  [then repeat intro]


She told me, "Baby, when you race today just take along my love with you.

And if you knew how much I love you baby, nothing could go wrong with you."

Oh, what she does to me

When she makes love to me.


OUTRO:  [repeat 1st four lines of chorus and out]


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