Song Description

This song is about a boy who grows up watching his father physically abuse his mother until one day when he is big enough to stop it, he does.

Song Length 4:24 Genre Folk - Rock, Folk - Rock
Tempo Slow (71 - 90) Lead Vocal Male Vocal
Mood Moving Subject Healing, Dysfunctional Relations
Language English Era 1960 - 1969


He learned how to handle a gun
And found such delight in nature
Adolescence now fading away
Becoming a student of behavior
Those lessons his Daddy taught
Well in his young heart he knew
And what he got from all of that
Was things you just don't do
On the backroads of Brooklyn
On the backroads of Brooklyn
Unlike most boys his age
Saturday he liked the least
Ritual unwindings of a working man
Turned Daddy into a beast
Father was a church going man
And Sunday a day of repenting
For what he did on Saturday night
somtimes the blows unrelenting
It came to an end one Saturday night
No blows, No screams, No Blood
Just a boy took a stand on a quiet back road,
But it was eye to eye they stood
He stood between two people he loved the most
Like he had a hundred time before
He place his hand firmly on Daddy's chest,looked him in the eye and said, No More!!
Repeat Chorus Twice

Lyrics David C Perreault Music David C Perreault
Producer David C Perreault Performance David C Perreault
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