I was just a child then too, barely legal, you said.
You got some kind of thrill, that I will never understand.
I was exploited, victimised, once again your conquest.
You let me take the blame, even forced it on me
I was so deeply ashamed that I could barely breathe
You were smug and arrogant, confident you would never be caught
I hate the injustice, of this truly messed up world
You were probably right, I doubt you’ll ever pay, but
I haven’t kept it secret, last week I told of that day
You can have this shame back, you can have that blame
I am in control now and you cannot win.