Would it make a difference
If she never said a word at all?
They'd never listen to her anyway.
Cause it never matters
If she's on her best behavior.
They'd always find something to say.

All she ever needed
Was some motherly attention
And her father's smile now and again.
Was it too much
To ask for
Not to care if she'd ever be thin?

Why do they push her?
Why do they pull her?
Why do they thrive on her pain?
And live to ridicule her?
Why do they preach about heaven
And make her live in hell?
Why don't they see that
She already punishes herself?

Maybe she'll never be
Like her older sibling.
Maybe she'll never see the day
When once they'll just love her
And try not to rush her
And try not to mold her like she's clay.


If they could see it
Through her eyes,
They'd know how
Many rivers she's cried.


Lyrics submitted by manprettys_panties

Push And Pull song meanings
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