"Worry about it later" as written by David Craig, Barry Hyde, David Hyde and Ross Millard....
[Chorus]
Worry about it later
We couldn't resist the risk
Worry about it later
We couldn't resist the risk

(Oh, oh, oh, oh)

I'm always foolish
Stupid and foul
No one to disguise it
No turning back

I will pay, I will pay, I will pay
As much or as little as I have to
To try and confuse you
Because you have to do

[Chorus]

(Oh, oh, oh, oh)

Never to return
Because one turn is enough
Two sides of the same coin
But it's the bad-luck stuff

I will pay, I will pay, I will pay
As much or as little as I have to
To try and confuse you
Because you have to do

[Chorus: x2]

(Oh)

Risk
Risk
Risk
(Worry about it later)
Oh
(We couldn't resist the risk)
Oh
(Worry about it later)
Oh
(We couldn't resist the risk)


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"Worry About It Later" as written by David Craig Barry Hyde

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    General CommentThis song is about taking a risk, despite the possible consequences. It's saying, 'go ahead and do it- don't think about it. worry about the little things later.'
    through_the_treeson March 01, 2007   Link
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    General Commentthrough the trees is right in saying that, but you are actually only touching the surface of the deepness of this song. Think about it. This is clearly a case of 'art imitating life'. The risk is writing a song that has no verse/chorus/verse/chorus pattern, in the way standard songs are written. It is just a build up of pressure, noise and energy that gives the song a sexuality, until after about 2 and half minutes, there is an explosion (orgasm, if you will) for about 25 seconds, which is followed by the 'come down' after the orgasm.
    The line "I will pay, I will pay, I will pay as much or as little as I have to, to try and confuse you..." means that some people listening to this will be confused and will not 'get' the song, as it is not a straight forward song, indeed it is highly complex. It is more sound engineering than a song.
    To follow up a fairly successful album - both musically and commercially - with a second album that has such songs on like this, is the 'risk' that Barry is singing about in the song. It is a highly ambitious song, but the 'Heads pull it off in a way that only they can.
    worryaboutitlateron September 25, 2008   Link

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