Don't Worry Bout Me Lyrics - Marty Robbins

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Don't worry bout me it's all over now though I may be blue I'll manage somehow
Love can't be explained can't be controlled one day it's warm next day it's cold
Don't pity me cause I'm feeling blue don't be ashamed it might have been you
Oh oh oh oh oh love kiss me one time then go love I understand don't worry bout me
[ guitar ]
Sweet sweet sweet love will I want you to be as happy as I when you loved me
I'll never forget you your sweet memory it's all over now don't worry bout me
When one heart tells one heart one heart goodbye one heart is free one heart will cry
Oh oh oh oh oh sweet sweet baby sweet baby sweet
It's all right don't worry bout me

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Marty DID use a Fuzz Sound...a blown mixer channel | Reviewer: Luigi | 8/16/2007

The first reviewer is absolutley incorrect in his assumptions. There was no manipulation of controls whatsoever. It was a complete and total accident that it happened at all. The mixer channel overloaded and blew during the recording of Grady Martin's Fender Bass solo during this song (It was a bass, NOT a guitar). The result was the VERY FIRST FUZZ SOUND (as opposed to distortion) ever heard on a musical recording. Marty liked the sound, and instead of having Martin re-record it with a clean bass solo on a different mixer channel, he insisted it be left it like it was. It was instantly recognized as unique after 'Don't Worry Bout Me' was released in 1961. A Nashville studio engineer analyzed the burned-out mixing board channel after Marty's sessions, then set about duplicating the sound by experimenting with various electronics. The Fuzz Sound was duplicated, produced, and then it was finally manufactured and marketed properly in 1963 as the Maestro Fuzz Tone. Marty Robbins IS in fact responsible for creating what we know today as the "Fuzz" effect, even if by accident.

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Don't Worry bout me | Reviewer: Ron Ferguson | 4/20/2007

Marty is given the credit for introducing the fuzz tone on this record. There was not fuzz tone used. The sound came about from Sammy Pruits manipulation of the guitar and amp controls.

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