"Stepson" as written by Sergie Loobkoff and Jason Beebout....
I'm free
He can't touch me
Six feet down
And there's no address

Hands and heads full
Old and hostile
Fists are pounding
Nothing's simple
No respect or meaning
Why the screaming
When he's gone
Burn the house down

Too proud to come to me
When you were dying
Well look at the dash
Now you're frying
Hands and heads full
Old and hostile
Fists are pounding
Nothing's simple
No respect or meaning
Why the screaming
When he's gone
Burn the house down

Nothing's simple
No respect or meaning
Why the screaming

Never whimper
Hide your feelings
And when he's gone
Burn the house down
Burn the house down
When he's gone


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"Stepson" as written by Sergie Loobkoff Jason Beebout

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    General CommentI think the abusive step father has died "I'm free, He can't touch me, Six feet down, And there's no sadness" and the stepsons burning the house down to destroy the bad memories that exist in the house.
    ExplodingHeadSyndromeon October 02, 2009   Link
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    General CommentThis song is definately one of the most powerfull songs ive ever heard. after listening to this song about a million times i think what its all about is, a boy and his family. His stepdad beats them and abuses them. So oneday when the stepdad leaves the house, he burns it down, killing his family and setting them free of the burdens left by the stepfather. unless it ia all metaphors i think that is what this song is about.
    Anvy101on April 26, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI think this song is about feeling helpless...and how you deal with it.
    DMNon May 03, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThis song totally gives me chills. One of my favorite Samiam songs.
    TheyNamedMeMikion June 13, 2003   Link
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    General Commenttrying to get rid of painful memories
    Scrabbleon June 12, 2005   Link

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