"Shadows of Grief" as written by and Ken/byron Hensley....
You're looking at me
Like I must be mad
But I've been through all this before
You'll kick and kick until I'm down
So don't think you're
Comin' past my door, oh no

You think that love is such a pain
So the more it hurts
The more you laugh
Just take it and
Shake it up and down
Till you think you've had enough
But you won't get enough of my love

If you want to carry on
In the same old way
Treating everyone like a piece of dirt
Just take it and
Break it and throw it away
There won't be anyone left to hurt

North, South, East and West
Wherever you go
You'll find the same
And the only way you'll ever learn
Is to realize that you're to blame


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"Shadows of Grief" as written by Ken Hensley David Byron

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    General CommentMy interpretation of this song is that a man or perhaps a woman have been stuck in an emotionally or physically abusive relationship and are finally fed up with it and have found the strength to tell their significant other to get f**ked.
    Hybrid1492on January 03, 2007   Link

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