Does Anyone Know a Rhyme that Starts with “There are Two Things You Have to Worry About”?

Celeste wrote asking for help with a rhyme …

Hello Mama Lisa, greetings from Italy.

I need your help. I am desperately searching for a rhyme. it sounds like “there are 2 things you have to worry about. stay fine, stay bad. If you are fine, you don’t have to worry about…”

I hope you can help me.

Best from Celeste

If anyone is familiar with a saying that sounds like this, please let us know in the comments below.

Thanks in advance!

Mama Lisa

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4 Responses to “Does Anyone Know a Rhyme that Starts with “There are Two Things You Have to Worry About”?”

  1. skygypz Says:

    An Irishman’s Philosophy
    There are only two things to worry about:
    Either you are well or you are sick.

    If you are sick,
    Then there are only two things to worry about:
    Either you will get well or you will die.

    If you get well,
    Then there are only two things to worry about:
    Either you will go to heaven or hell.

    If you go to heaven, there is nothing to worry about.

    But if you go to hell,
    You’ll be so damn busy shaking hands with friends
    You won’t have time to worry!

    ~ Author Unknown ~

    p.s. I just learned it. It was used in my friend’s father’s funeral. She grew up with the poem in the home.

  2. Lisa Says:

    Thanks so much for sharing that!

  3. John Kovach Says:

    I am looking for the lyrics of a song my father sang to me when my siblings and I were children. It is a song about a young girl looking into a pool of water and she sees her reflection. I think the name of the song is Pri Stu Jenke. I probably butchered the spelling. Hopefully someone will have enough information to recognize what I am looking for. If possible could someone provide the Slovak lyrics and the English translation?

    Thank you.

  4. Lisa Says:

    Hi John,

    I added your question on specific Slovak and Czech question pages. I think it’ll be more likely to be answered there.

    Cheers! Mama Lisa

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