"Tell On You" as written by Beth Nicole Hopkins and John William Dexter....
It seemed like days had passed
Are you finished?
I could no longer
Move my arms

The only thing left in the room
Was the silence
Can you still hear the breaking glass
When it hit my face?

Even the mice were laughing
At the smell of pain,
Here we go again
To the depths of no return

Please remember: I know who you are.
Someday, I'll have the strength to tell

As the man looked over me
With his inquiries,
I swore you never did it
I licked the sweat from my palms

Alone am I with your face burned in my mind
You are the one (the fucker) who deserves to die
It should have never been me

Please remember: I know who you are
Someday, I'll have the strength to tell

I pray for you as a little boy
What must have happened to make you so cruel?
(And I pray that you rot in hell)

Please remember: I know who you are
Someday, I'll have the strength to tell
On you


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"Tell on You" as written by John William Dexter Beth Nicole Hopkins

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    General Commentpretty self-explanatory. about her own rape experience.
    brittanon April 13, 2004   Link
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    General Commentthis is really harsh... or not.
    dustybreezeon April 03, 2008   Link
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    General CommentDont think t is just about a rape.... but child abuse... hence her playing with a doll in the Video Clip.

    would touch home to alot of people

    LadyCrofton July 21, 2009   Link

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