I know what i m about son

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SM Ub-43 by Jesse Russell

High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! SM UB-43 was a Type UB II submarine or U-boat for the German Imperial Navy (German: Kaiserliche Marine) during World War I. UB-43 was sold to the Austro-Hungarian Navy (German: Kaiserliche und K?nigliche Kriegsmarine or K.u.K. Kriegsmarine) during the war. In Austro-Hungarian service the B was dropped from her name and she was known as SM U-43 or U-XLIII as the lead boat of the Austro-Hungarian U-43 class.
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My son's tattoo hurt me deeply

Lyrics submitted by Novartza , edited by Anulamas. Log in now to tell us what you think this song means. Create an account with SongMeanings to post comments, submit lyrics, and more. Log in. Mixtapes Forums Lyrics Artists add Journals. Artists - C. Father And Son is found on the album Classics, Vol.

But still I wait. Maybe during his school years he thought a tattoo would balance the geeky glory of academic achievement. I thought about it. I went to a professional. I can hardly bear to look at him.

It's not time to make a change Just relax, take it easy You're still young, that's your fault There's so much you have to know Find a girl, settle down If you want you can marry Look at me, I am old, but I'm happy. I was once like you are now And I know that it's not easy To be calm when you've found Something going on But take your time, think a lot Think of everything you've got For you will still be here tomorrow But your dreams may not. How can I try to explain? It's not time to make a change Just relax, take it slowly You're still young, that's your fault There's so much you have to go through Find a girl, settle down If you want you can marry Look at me, I am old, but I'm happy. All the times that I've cried Keeping all the things I knew inside It's hard, but it's harder to ignore it If they were right I'd agree But it's them they know, not me Now there's a way And I know that I have to go away I know I have to go.

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Exposure to men like the blind sheik Omar Abdel-Rahman, who helped coordinate the World Trade Center bombing, and the hatred that men like him preach warped my worldview in a way that took years of conscious effort to undo. Additionally, being bullied in school and abused by my stepfather at home ripped away what little confidence or sense of self-worth my younger self had accumulated in that time. The complicated answer is to say that in my life I have had a thousand interactions, experiences and lessons that lead me down the road I am on today. At a very young age I was isolated from society at large and taught to be fearful of it, often for the most arbitrary of reasons. That empathy from years of being physically and emotionally abused provided a visceral reaction in my mind to my own hypocrisy. Every time I treated someone badly because of their race, religion or sexuality I was reminded of what it felt like when someone had done it to me.

The song frames a heartbreaking exchange between a father not understanding a son's desire to break away and shape a new life, and the son who cannot really explain himself but knows that it is time for him to seek his own destiny. Stevens sings in a deeper register for the father's lines, while using a higher one for those of the son. Additionally, there are backing vocals provided by Stevens' guitarist and friend Alun Davies beginning mid-song, singing an unusual chorus of simple refrains. Cat Stevens originally wrote "Father and Son" as part of a proposed musical project starring Nigel Hawthorne , called Revolussia , that was set during the Russian Revolution , and could also have become a film; the song was about a boy who wanted to join the revolution against the wishes of his conservative farmer father. The musical project faded away when Stevens contracted tuberculosis in

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