What's wrong I see those tears in your eyes,
you can't fool me with those sunglasses on.
Don't lie I've heard him yelling before,
if this happens again I swear I'll kick down his door.

You don't know how beautiful you are,
but if he hits you again.
I'll bleed him out from head to toe.
You don't know how beautiful you are,
but if he hits you again.
I'll pay him a visit with this gun.

Wake up you can't keep living this way,
that makeup wont cover the bruise on your face.

You don't know how beautiful you are,
but if he hits you again.
I'll bleed him out from head to toe.
You don't know how beautiful you are,
but if he hits you again.
I'll pay him a visit with this gun.

Raise your voices
the time for justice has come.
There's far too many
women with sunglasses on.

There's a time for violence and it's now.
Think your tough hitting women we're about to find out.
There's a time for violence and it's now.
Your starring down the barrel of this shotgun pal.


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    My InterpretationThis song to me seems to be about domestic abuse of a woman and a loved one coming over with a gun to handle the situation. "You don't know how beautiful you are, if he hits you again I'll pay him a visit with this gun!" and "There's a time for violence and it's now, you're staring down the barrel of a shotgun!" seem like the main evidence to this idea.
    HybridKingon April 06, 2015   Link

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