"No Hurry" as written by and James Allen/brown Otto....
You know my old car needs washing
And the front yard needs a trim
And the telephone keeps ringing
And the boss man knows I know it's him
And the bills ain't gonna pay themselves
No matter anyway
'Cause I ain't in no hurry today

There's nothing wrong with an old cane fishing pole
And the smell of early spring
Sit down in a fold-up easy chair
On a quiet shady river bank
Let the world go on without me
Wouldn't have it any other way
'Cause I ain't in no hurry today

Ain't in no hurry
I'd be a fool now to worry
About all those things I can't change
And the time that I borrow
Can wait till tomorrow
'Cause I ain't in no hurry today

When I must return
To the cold cold ground
Have 'em take their time
When they lay this sinner down

Heaven knows that I ain't perfect
I've raised a little Cain
And I plan to raise a whole lot more
Before I hear those angels sing
(Gonna get right with the lord)
But there'll be hell to pay
But I ain't in no hurry

Ain't in no hurry
Be a fool now to worry
About all those things I can't change
And the time that I borrow
Can wait 'til tomorrow
'Cause I ain't in no hurry
Ain't in no hurry
Ain't in no hurry today


Lyrics submitted by moony337

"No Hurry" as written by Wyatt Durrette Zachry Alexander Brown

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., REACH MUSIC PUBLISHING

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