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Published on Dec 21, 2011
While I was going through my certification process, as an intern, at the Women's Center of Southeastern Connecticut, I saw the pain that women, children and men endure from domestic violence. I was inspired with how the Women's Center helped these individuals recover from abuse and move forward to live happy lives. I started writing about these survivors and turned the words in to lyrics, which I put to music. I named the song Accepting the Truth, and have recently changed the name to "Maybe It's Me"
Maybe it's me or is it you? I am not really sure; don't even know; what to do The bruises are worse; this is too much to hide They noticed at work and I've lied and lied I have to run away With the speed of light
Can't see what's ahead I'm scared I won't be alright
Because you break me down I can't get off the ground I must be the only one I must be the only one Is my life done?
In pieces you broke me up
Harm me again I gone your out of luck I cried for us to work all those years I held on Thought it was my fault, NO its you who did the wrong You denied the whole thing You played my mind I Thought it was okay, you kept me so blind
Now you can't break me down I'll be no where to be found A new life I have begun A new life I have begun My life is not done My life is not done