There’s a lot of talk about “me too”
Listen, I’ve been there but it’s more than that
There’s a lot of talk about girls with no clue
They’ve been overlooked on the job or in the class
But that’s not my problem

Men who’ve stared at my chest
Instead of looking me in the eye
Sometimes it was what they said
Can I molest you or see you on the sly
But that’s not my problem

There’s a man who let me go
Didn’t care to protect me from men like that
Or so I’ve been told
By a woman who never had my back
Mustn’t do better than she could do – mustn’t be so bold
But that’s not my problem

We’ve all been given a purpose
It’s who we should be – it’s who we are
Dig deep, reveal what’s below the surface
Don’t be afraid, we all have our scars
That’s our problem

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