Child Abuse Quotes (681 quotes)
Martina McBride - Concrete Angel
106 Songs About Domestic Violence and Child Abuse
Chat or rant, adult content, spam, insulting other members, show more. Harm to minors, violence or threats, harassment or privacy invasion, impersonation or misrepresentation, fraud or phishing, show more. Songs about child abuse or neglect? Looking for song suggestions about child abuse or neglect. I'm pretty hard to please in terms of my music so the more suggestions the better : Preferably a rock song, but will try out anything. Report Abuse. Are you sure you want to delete this answer?
Some of the saddest songs ever written come from the country music library. The genre has always been known for having a sensitive side, even if it's sometimes buried under some parties and hell-raising. If you need someone to feel your pain, you can almost always find the perfect twangy ballad to cry along with. This simple ballad from Blake Shelton 's early years is a bittersweet tribute to a beloved mother from her youngest son. No matter how old he got, she still always thought of him as her baby. The words take a sad turn at the end of the song when the mother passes before the son gets a chance to say goodbye, and in his grief, he cries like a baby. The sentimental tune both celebrates the loving relationship Mom had with her son and laments the loss of a beautiful life, giving listeners more than one reason to tear up when they hear it.
Chat or rant, adult content, spam, insulting other members, show more. Harm to minors, violence or threats, harassment or privacy invasion, impersonation or misrepresentation, fraud or phishing, show more. I have an idea of POD youth of the nation, but I want to see what else I can dig up, and I really want it to be powerful not any of that slow stuff thanks. Report Abuse. Are you sure that you want to delete this answer? Yes No. Answers Relevance.
"CHILD ABUSE" w/ lyrics By Vince Royale
If you know of any songs that I do not have listed below, please send me an e-mail with the title of the song and who sings it and I will add the song if I feel it is appropriate. I will NOT add songs with explicit lyrics, cussing or songs that deal with children killing their abusers. Some of the songs listed below may contain lyrics that actually do describe the abuse that children suffer, though I have tried to be very careful about just what extent they describe things. I feel the songs are important in getting the message out, about child abuse. I also feel it is possible to get the message out without cussing and without explicit lyrics. I would also like to add that while I have lyrics here that were written and sung by what some people would consider "hard core" musicians, I don't so much think that who writes and sings is what is important. I believe that the message they send in a certain song is what matters.
FlourishAnyway believes there is a playlist for just about any situation and is on a mission to unite and entertain the world through song. Chances are that you know someone who abuses his or her partner or children. They could be a relative, coworker, neighbor, someone you go to church with, even your child's teacher or coach. Perhaps you want to dismiss that as an unlikely possibility or as someone else's problem. However, domestic abuse crosses all socioeconomic, demographic, and religious boundaries. Here's the ugly truth:. Outside of the secrecy of home, the vast majority of abusers are law-abiding citizens without criminal records.
Or is she? Trying to head off controversy, the video made clear that the woman perished in the blaze she set, whereas the song leaves her fate open. Following a spoken-word intro from the patron saint of rock taboo, Lou Reed, frontman Antony Hegarty paints a picture of a romance where one party speaks with words and the other with fists. The song maintains a silly mood by never identifying a victim or the consequences. But she sometimes makes him angry, at which point he grabs her hair and throws her into the wall. They present two starkly different scenarios: in the alternate-universe reality without domestic abuse, children grow up to be doctors; in the real world of domestic abuse, they instead sell crack to each other en route to becoming gutter-dwelling crack whores.