Don Graham | Scars That You Can't See

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Scars That You Can't See

by Don Graham

Countrty / Pop song
Genre: Country: Country Rock
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Don Graham
Breakin’ Records


Scars That You Can’t See
( Don Graham/ Zita DaSilva)


We all grew up learning and teaching our children the old adage “Sticks and stones may break my bones but names will never hurt me!” Wrong!! The words are the most hurtful and long lasting of all. Broken bones heal, but “the words we use when we abuse, leave scars that you can’t see.” With the release of the single ‘Scars That You Can’t See’ by Don Graham we hope to raise awareness to this ever growing problem. The release of this single is timed to shine the light on November being International Anti Bullying Month and the current number of suicides due to bullying has escalated further increasing the need for this message. The content is aimed to help the youth but is aimed at the parents. Often the kids won’t tell their parents when they’re being bullied. Often times the parents find out too late. Parents take the time to talk to your kids and find out what's going on in their lives.


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