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(Tony Martin/Reese Wilson/Roger Springer)

When life's little troubles
Block the road you're going down
Don't beat your head against the wall
Just find another way around
If the bad guys are winning
Everything you're working for
Maybe you should change
The way that you're keeping score

When the weight of the world's
About to run you in the ground
You don't have to stand for that
You just take it lying down

Kick back - relax
Just let your train of concentration
Go and jump the tracks
At the end of your rope
Just cut yourself some slack
If it's more than you can hack
Kick back

What's the sense of burning up
Your candle at both ends
Burns twice as bright but half as long
And it won't burn again
Quit living for tomorrow
'Cause it never comes to pass
Even when you take it slow life's too fast
We're just spinning 'round
So tell me where's the rush
You only get one rdie so prop your feet up

Kick back - relax
Just let your train of concentration
Go and jump the tracks
At the end of your rope
Just cut yourself some slack
If it's more than you can hack
Kick back

When you find you're at the bottom
Of an uphill fight
Don't let your circumstances
Get you down-right-up-tight

Kick back - relax
Just let your train of concentration
Go and jump the tracks
At the end of your rope
Just cut yourself some slack
If it's more than you can hack
Kick back

Hey go catch yourself some bass
Kick back



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