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Filled with pressure
Filled with stress
Stung with burden
You are plagued
En
Dless tension
Endless strain
Destroys yourself
To concentrate
Much in life is - stress related
Running into problems - irritated
Overloading tenseness - agitated
Relief far from sight - frustrated
Difficulty
Hardship
Affliction
Constraint
Refusal for time to unwind
The pressure is too intense
Finally unload
Anger explodes
Letting out all your frustration
This can lead to complications
Filled with pressure
Filled with stress
Stung with burden
You are plagued
Endless tens
Ion
Endless strain
Destroys yourself
To concentrate
Much in life is - stress related
Running into problems - irritated
Overloading tenseness - agitated
Relief far from sight - frustrated
Difficulty
Hardship
Affliction
Constraint
Refusal for time to unwind
The pressure is too intense



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