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Troubles - hassles - I know you too well
Always in trouble
I smell problems - crucial - my cross gets another nail
Baby it's ordeals - between meals
Shackles - unseen - torture in 3d detail
I'm dead alive!
Refrein:
You're in for troubles & hassles
Once you're playing the marbles
You're in foor paying dues now - anyhow -
Im sorry - worried
Growing up and breaking down; just ain't no fun
Here come...bad reviews - that's my news
How come it's not a happy song?
When all the guys sing along
In frustration - wondring
Where on earth can you run
Once you're being fried well done
Refrein:
Owned by troubles & hassles
Once you're playing the marbles
In for being accused - refused
What's that troubles?
You just complain - complain
Maybe you've forgotten - before sun there's always rain
What's that hassles
It sounds so mondaine - let's raise glasses
And toast to luck once again
For all your moods in minor are an everybodies thing
Beautiful begins with be - and it's inside every being
Refrein:
Owned by troubles & hassles
Once you're playing the marbles
In for being abused - refused



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