I'm sick of people looking down on me like I don't know anything,
like I'm just an arrogant child who should do what she's told without question.
It's not right to treat me like I know nothing,
to protest your rules and force me to the ground.
It's not right to cram your "power" down my throat,
to muzzle me from speaking out against you,
to chain me up and lock me away so I can't fight back.
acting like you're God, Himself,
You're one of the biggest hypocrites I've ever met!
You blame me but think
you cannot be blamed, yourself.
You claim all the respect in the world,
but if adults deserve respect,
then what of me?
I'm no longer the innocent girl you think I am.
I'm no longer the weakling you can so easily control!
You think you can tie a strap around my mouth to
but your efforts will fail.
Your days as queen will not last,
because I'm growing,
I'm getting stronger,
I can see right through you,
and one can only take so much of your abuse.
So muzzle me tighter,
adjust these chains,
because these restraints on me are breaking.
Freedom is nearly at my grasp.
because what holds me back now,
its power is diminishing,
as mine grows greater.
Watch where you tread,
don't slip up,
because when I finally snap--
when these chains finally let loose--
So will my rage,
and I will tear you apart.
I might not win,
much is still against me,
like the fools you've convinced to follow you,
but I guarantee you won't look at me the same way.
I'm a human being, too,
I have feelings, as well,
but enough is enough.
Just wait for the day I snatch up my freedom,
and can leave.
run as fast as the wind,
and let it guide me,
and I won't turn back.
I've had enough of you,
I've had enough of this life in this tiny cell.
I'm getting out,
I'm on my way to the rest of the world,
Back away, now,
so we don't have to hurt
Lie down, now,
before I see red again,
before I put you up against the wall,
and take my revenge.
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