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A Little Nuts


I'm worried I may be paranoid
I'm fearful I've turned too fearful
I'm worried I'm worrying too much
Have I gone a little nuts?

I'm petrified I've got the jitters
I'm dreading this is a phobia
Maybe I'm just panicking
Have I gone a little nuts?

I'm seriously concerned
I'm scared I'm way too frightened
I tremble this worry is unnecessary
Have I gone a little nuts?

Have I gone a little nuts?
Have I gone a little nuts?
Have I gone a little nuts?

Have I gone a little nuts?
Have I gone a little nuts?
Have I gone a little nuts?

Have I gone a little nuts?
Have I gone a little nuts?
Have I gone a little nuts?


OK
ENOUGH'S ENOUGH
TELL ME!

Have I gone a little nuts?

Submitted: Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, May 28, 2013
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