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It was first written in 1965 and was added to "Anthology 2" in 1996.

Lyrics[]

If you've got trouble

Then you've got less trouble than me

You say you're worried

You can't be as worried as me...ohh

You're quite content to be bad

With all the advantage you had over me

Just 'cause you're troubled

Then don't bring your troubles to me

And don't think it's funny

When you ask for money for things

Especially when you're standing there

Wearing diamonds and rings...ohh

You think I'm softning her head

Well try someone softer instead anything

It's not so funny

When you know what money can bring

You'd better leave me alone

I don't need a thing from you

You'd better take yourself home

Go and count a ring or two

If you've got trouble

Then you've got less trouble than me

You say you're worried

You can't be as worried as me

You're quite contempt to be bad

With all the advantage you had over me

Just 'cause you're troubled

Then don't bring your troubles to me

You'd better leave me alone

I don't need a thing from you

You'd better take yourself home

Go and count a ring or two

If you've got trouble

Then you've got less trouble than me

You say you're worried

You can't be as worried as me

You're quite contempt to be bad

With all the advantage you had over me

Just 'cause you're troubled

Then don't bring your troubles to me

Just 'cause your troubled

Then don't bring your troubles to me

Writers[]

The writers are John Lennon and Paul McCartney.

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