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"This song is about not being afraid to stand up for yourself and what you believe in, to speak out even in the most adverse of circumstances."



Words & Music by Allison Crowe

We do not see
so blindly forgotten
the pain unspoken
torturous mystery

Why can’t you say
what has been done to you…

Why do you stand
for silence when you know you’re screaming
Anger floats so deeply
below the surface
Why do you carry this on your shoulders,
You did not create this
No you are not wrong

And I am not afraid to say

I am not wrong and I am not dirty
I will not wait for karma to take its course
Now I am not afraid
And I am not worthless no
I am not wrong
No I am not

I am not ashamed of this
I am taking you on, and
I am not scared of you


from Lisa's Song + 6 Songs, released May 25, 2003
Allison Crowe (voice, piano);
Dave Baird (bass); &
Kevin Clevette (drums)


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