Beth Kille

Beth Kille

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Rock - Indie/Low-Fi | Madison, Wisconsin, United States
Total Song Plays: 6,052   
Member Since: 2006
   Last Login: 6/6/2019

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Song Description

This is a song about children overcoming the bad behavior (abuse, addictions) that have been handed down generation after generation.

Lyrics

Daddy had a heavy hand
Like his father & his father's old man
It was all Joey knew
But he knew it was wrong

Joey turned 17, one day daddy raised his fist
Joey blocked his arm, said "Let me tell you this
I know that's all you know to do
But I'm not like you

This is the end of the line
I may be one of yours but I'm not one of your kind
I won't make the same mistakes w/any child of mine
This is the end of the line

Momma had that whiskey slur
Like every generation before her
Jenny saw it every night
But she made herself a vow

She said, "It's killing me the way that bottle rules your life
And I have prayed a thousand times that you would see the light
I can't take no more
But you can rest assured

This is the end of the line
I may be one of yours but I'm not one of your kind
I won't make the same mistakes w/any child of mine
This is the end of the line


Joey hit the road
Beatin' on his drums in the band
Jenny's eyes were opened wide,
Drinkin' down the sunsets in foreign lands

This is the end of the line
I may be one of yours but I'm not one of your kind
I won't make the same mistakes w/any child of mine
This is the end of the line

Song Length
3:36
Genres
Rock - Indie/Low-Fi, Rock - Progressive Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Mood
Exultant

Subject Matter
Recovery, Change


Language
English

Lyric Credits Beth Kille
Music Credits Beth Kille
Producer Credits Beth Kille, Tony Kille, Jim Smith
Publisher Credits Thanatopsis
Performance Credits Beth Kille, Tony Kille