Ain't Gonna Worry is an album by the American country music singer Crystal Gayle. Released in 1990, it marked the end of her run of Billboard album chart appearances (though a Greatest Hits album would make the Top 100 Country Albums chart in 2007). The album was Gayle's first and only album for the Capitol Records label.
Though the album itself failed to chart, one of its tracks, "Never Ending Song of Love", would reached #72 on the Country Singles chart. It also included covers of "Once in a Very Blue Moon" and "Faithless Love", songs previously associated with Nanci Griffith and Linda Ronstadt respectively. "What He's Doing Now" would later be a hit for its co-writer, Garth Brooks (as "What She's Doing Now").