"Your Battlefield" as written by and Susie Suh....
Someday I will ask you if I was a disapointment
I will ask you if you put your hard earned money into a bad investment
You will tell me there are no garauntees but you
Got solutions for security
And I will ask you, I would ask you
How about my dreams

But you say life is a battlefield and you have
Given me the arms
You say I have to fight
I have to keep moving on

Someday I will ask myself if I was disillusioned
I will ask myself, if I have proven
That I made it on my own terms
Yeah I may have suffered some burns but I am
Living my dreams and am who I wanna be

But you say life is a battlefield and you have
Given me the arms
You say I have to fight
I have to keep moving on

On this path that you've tread
On this map, that is yours
Well I have to say, have to say, have to say
That I can't fight your war, I can't fight your war

But you say life is a battlefield and you have
Given me the arms
You say I have to fight
I have to keep moving on

Hey yeah oh oh oh
This is your battlefield
This is my life that you're asking for
This is my life that you wanted much
More than yours

But you say life is a battlefield and you have
Given me the arms
You say I have to fight
I have to keep moving on

(this is your battlefield, this is your, this is your battlefield)


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"Your Battlefield" as written by Susie Suh

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    General CommentI originally thought this song was about a lover, but I think most people naturally assume that about most songs. Upon closer examination, I definately think it addresses her parents. They have "given [her] the arms" to fight in the real world. She questions whether they will regret spending money on her because she has turned out to be a risk (for trying to make it in the music business?). Her parents are like many...pragmatic and concerned about their child's security. I absolutely love this song.
    EngineDriveron February 23, 2007   Link
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    My Opinionsame here, I think it's about her talking to her guardian. I felt it was directed to one person, thought, maybe either mother or either father, or maybe it's someone that took care of her. the 'i can't fight your war' part of the song, the guardian probably expects her to follow his or her footsteps, and be his or her's next generation -- legacy. but she's saying she's gonna do her own thing. That's my first thought on the song.
    Memqueenon December 18, 2008   Link

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