"Sugar And Stress" as written by Roger Charlery, Andy Cox, Everett Morton, David Steele and David Frederick Wakeling....
This world is upside down
The right's and wrong's don't get much wronger.
Mistakes found in the past
Turn into rules protecting power.
It's falling down
It weighs a lot
So you should not depend on it.
This world is upside down
But look I can't hang on for much longer.
Sugar 'n' stress,
Do everything at least twice
Catch your fingers in your private vices
Sugar 'n' stress
With a heart like ice
Hope heaven comes in a number of size.
These thought are so unfair
If somethings there then it's worth taking.
We know where our hearts are-right behind our wallets,
Yes and that's where they're staying
Grow up together but we grow apart
Always climbing up is our downfall.
A change of blood or a change of heart?
Another change of address will do no good.
Sugar 'n' stress,
Do everything at least twice
Catch your fingers in your private vices
Sugar 'n' stress
With a heart like ice
Hope heaven comes in a number of size.
This world is upside down
This world is upside down
This world is upside down
But look I can't hang on for much longer.


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"Sugar and Stress" as written by David Wakeling Wesley Magoogan

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