Got to get some gold medals
come put them on my sleeve
Baby
And a diploma too with my name on top
For all the hardships and deeds
You know what I mean
Do you know what I mean

Push push the pram all right
I push till my hands are getting white
Babe
Salty tears are rolling down my cheeks
Where's the ciger the awards
Come on before my breasts will start to leak
You know what I mean
Do you know what I mean

If I'd returned from a fight
From a battlefield with some new scars on my face
and shot holes in my knees
If I was bloodstained and wild
If I held a trophy in my arms oh man
Not a newborn child
If I'd returned from a fight
Then people would have called me a hero

Push push the pram oh mum
I push it forward untill my feet are getting numb
Sweat is dripping down my chest
Haven't seen no medals yet
Baby can I ask you why
I know you can not speak yet son
You know what I mean
Do you know what I mean

If I'd returned from a fight
From a battlefield with some new scars on my face
and shot holes in my knees
If I was bloodstained and wild
If I held a trophy in my arms oh man
Not a newborn child
If I'd returned from a fight
Then people would have called me a hero

If I'd returned from a fight
From a battlefield with some new scars on my face
and shot holes in my knees
If I was bloodstained and wild
If I held a trophy in my arms oh man
Not a newborn child
If I'd returned from a fight
Then people would have called me a hero

Through all the hardships and the deeds
No nights sleep but some haunting dreams
Through all your hardships you must dream


Lyrics submitted by ImAvampire

Hardships song meanings
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