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Case seethed. She resisted the temptation to get involved, but wrote a song that loses none of the incident’s immediacy. "Please, kid, have your say," she sings, "‘cause I’ll still love you, even if I don’t see you again."

After her mother shouted at her, the little girl turned away and started singing to herself, Case said.

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"I don’t think she was processing," she said. "She was just surviving. She’ll pay for it later. I had a very similar upbringing so I totally felt for that kid."

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