Don T Worry Quotes (46 quotes)
Don’t worry – Be happy!
Excellent advice in theory, hugely unhelpful in practice. Drink less alcohol. Exercise more. Eat less fatty and sugary foods. So how do we eliminate worry and stress less? But this list is missing the overwhelming anxiety that happens when you have a sick relative or close friend. This is hardly surprising, as it encompasses most of the big five common worries:.
W e saw it. We saw Mark Field, the MP for Cities of London and Westminster, with his red face and bulging angry eyes, push a female activist up against a wall, put his hand around the back of her neck and then manhandle her out of a posh dinner. He later said he thought she might have been armed. The case has been dropped. Boris Johnson, of course, had to face down his own behaviour when the police were called because of an incident between him and his girlfriend, Carrie Symonds. Then, there was a picture of them sitting in a field. What more is there to say, except we also know there is a recording of Johnson conspiring with a friend to get a journalist beaten up?
Don't Worry, Be Happy Lyrics: Here's a little song I wrote / You might want to sing it note for note / Don't worry, be happy / In every life we have some trouble / But.
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It was the first a cappella song to reach number one on the Billboard Hot chart which it held for two weeks. Indian mystic Meher Baba — often used the expression "Don't worry, be happy" when cabling his followers in the West,  and the expression was printed on inspirational cards and posters during the s. He wrote the song that was included in the soundtrack of the movie Cocktail and became a hit single the next year. The "instruments" in the a cappella song are entirely overdubbed voice parts and other sounds made by McFerrin, using no instruments at all; McFerrin also sings with an affected accent. The comedic original music video for the song stars McFerrin, Robin Williams , and Bill Irwin ,  and is somewhat shorter than the album version. Originally released in conjunction with the film Cocktail in , the song originally peaked at No. The song also peaked at No.