Pink’s mother, Dixie, is a singer.
Distortion’s hopping in and out of prison took a toll on her. She chose to love a criminal and now she was paying and would be paying for it forever. They fought a lot over this via letter. He wanted her to get over her hang-ups about his imprisonment because it was never going to change. So she left.
Time was supposed to heal Dixie, but it failed. Pink grew up not actually knowing her father. But Pink loved him so much, that Dixie had to explain her, that she shouldn’t – in fact she ought to hate him. That didn’t exactly make the healing easier.
After Pink dies, Distortion reaches out to Dixie, asking her to forgive and forget.
Forgiveness sounds good. That she could do. Forgetting, however… That she can’t do. She’s still mad as hell and not ready to make it right between them.
And she’ll keep fighting Them and she won’t shut up about what she knows. She has already paid for her silence with her daughter. That too is a price, she’ll keep paying, but now she won’t back down – even at the threat of her own life and even if he thinks, she should.
Link to video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pojL_35QlSI
Link to lyrics: http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/dixiechicks/notreadytomakenice.html
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This is the first post ever: https://songbysongblog.wordpress.com/2016/01/25/1-pnk-misery/
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