"Ms. Stress" as written by Natalie Stewart, Vidal Davis and Marsha Ambrosius....
It's better that it hurts,
It's better that it feels this way to me
I can't be too comfortable
'Cause loving you is not my destiny

Said I'm concerned that I feel this pain
My heart is aching, breaking, pain staking in this gambling thing
This ain't no parallel universe, parallel life
You choose to in one your living like love of my life
And in the other your the daddy of theirs
So I play Russian Roulette and put this phone to my ear
Just to say, yo this is Ms. Stress

It's better that it hurts,
It's better that it feels this way to me
I can't be too comfortable
'Cause loving you is not my destiny

See too much asked of me through his lips
So I attempted to be all that dreams suggest to the ego and promise the soul
I tried to be all he had ever told of the interchangeable face
And physicality and mentality of she as closely ?
He summoned all my tears abandoned we
I lived alone for years, no longer knowing who exactly is me
As I began the punishment for his perfection
My vision nearly lost the direction
My return to innocence was lost and his ID
You see I forgot instead I saw protection through judgment
Now angels and devils look alike to me
Sometimes quiet sounds like lonely to me

My angel I stopped breathing for you
If my life was possible without end to be sure
If love I'm needing more than just a casual affair
But the pain runs deep internally
But clearly seen when your not there

It's better that it hurts,
It's better that it feels this way to me
I can't be too comfortable
'Cause loving you is not my destiny

It's better that it hurts,
It's better that it feels this way to me
I can't be too comfortable
'Cause loving you is not my destiny

Yo, yo, yo it ain't my time to die right now
You to I means death of my heart my visions my dreams

Yo, yo, yo it ain't my time to die right now
You to I means death of my heart my visions my dreams


Lyrics submitted by un_intended, edited by sunshinead252

"Ms. Stress" as written by Vidal Davis Marsha Ambrosius

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    Song Meaning...The story about the pain a mistress ("Ms. Stress") feels in an affair when she desires more from the man than she can ever have from him in reality. Anyone who has been through this knows exactly what this feels like.
    sunshinead252on August 15, 2013   Link

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