You came along and I thought it was fate
Turned out you were only there to intimidate
You’re fat, you’re lazy, ugly and dumb
Turned out I was truly under the thumb
The words that you say, the way they were said
They really get into and mess with your head
You question yourself and all that you do
Am I wrong? Is he right?
You just want your voice to be heard too
Irrelevant, unwanted you are made to feel
He brushes it off
Why are you making such a big deal?
So I said she is pretty?
So I said she was hot?
She has obviously got something you have not
My confidence, self-esteem a distant memory
You’re a Mum, a Girlfriend and a Wife
Your own worst enemy
You look in the mirror and what do you see?
A shell of the person you once used to be
The more that it’s said the more you believe, the worse it gets,
The harder the abuse is to see
People say you are silly, how is this love?
He hits you, he shouts
Your defence, it is only a shove?
Put a smile on and doll up your face
Remember you’re a Mum, a wife, a Girlfriend, always knows her place?
But it gets to a point where enough is enough
I am worth more, I am independent, I am tough
No more s mouse, nor a shadow will I be
I have a voice this time
I am taking a stand
For my sanity and for me to be me