The song is sung by the character Annalise Keating (played by Viola Davis) to her husband, Sam Keating (portrayed by Tom Verica). When their daughter was killed in a car accident caused by drunk driving, she swore revenge on any and all people who had been drinking. Despite this vow, when he finds out that his wife has been cheating with one of her students while they were separated for some time due to his own infidelity and alcoholism, he treats it as if it’s nothing more than an irritation rather than being outraged at what happened between them. This anger leads him into getting himself involved in a political campaign against drunk driving which ultimately kills him.

It is revealed later that part of the reason she killed him was because he didn’t seem to care about her affair and what she had done.

Annalise Keating (played by Viola Davis) to her husband, Sam Keating (portrayed by Tom Verica). When their daughter was killed in a car accident caused by drunk driving, she swore revenge on any and all people who had been drinking. Despite this vow, when he finds out that his wife has been cheating with one of her students while they were separated for some time due to his own infidelity and alcoholism, he treats it as if it’s nothing more than an irritation rather than being outraged at what happened between them.* This anger leads him into getting himself involved in a political campaign against drunk driving and the court case of Annalise’s first murder victim, which he was able to set up by getting close with her boss.

Annalise Keating (played by Viola Davis) to her husband, Sam Keating ( a cycle of drinking and infidelity with other women.

During his period he was the first to admit that she had been right all along, but this in no way made her feel any better about what happened between them.

The song is written from a perspective reminiscent of an angry lover who has just discovered their partner’s cheating or betrayal.

They are furious at being betrayed by someone they loved so much, and don’t want anything more than to get revenge for the heartbreak caused. The lyrics talk about how when they finally catch up to him after searching high-and-low, there will be hell awaiting “you”. As if saying it out loud enough times would make catching him happen sooner rather than later.* It also talks about how they will make him regret leaving them for another woman.

The song ends by saying that they will “get their hands on you” one day and when they do, the other person is going to know what hell feels like. The speaker says this with a certainty as if it were already decided that revenge has been served before it actually happens.

It’s not clear who the subject of anger in this song is directed at; whether it be an ex-lover or someone else, but there are hints heavily suggesting its from an angry partner being betrayed. It also talks about infidelity within relationships between men and women, which would suggest he was her lover prior to finding out she had cheated on him.

This song is about wanting to get revenge on someone who has left them for another person.

It talks about infidelity within relationships between men and women, which would suggest he was her lover prior to finding out she had cheated on him.* It’s not clear who the subject of anger in this song is directed at; whether it be an ex-lover or someone else, but there are hints heavily suggesting its from an angry partner being betrayed. This song ends with a certainty that if they ever meet again then hell will feel like home.

The speaker says this with a certainty as if it were already decided that revenge has been served before it actually happens. The song ends by saying that they will “get their hands on you” and that hell will feel like home, which hints at the speaker’s anger and determination to get revenge on someone who has left them for another person.

This song is about an angry lover trying to find a way to exact their revenge on the partner who betrayed by cheating.

They talk about wanting to “get their hands” on this other woman so they can take away all of her opportunities with him, rendering his previous love into nothing but dust in comparison. He wants her life destroyed because he feels as if she tried taking everything from him without remorse. Even though it appears the speaker was once happy within this relationship until it turned out she had cheated, there are also hints at possible infidelity before then which would suggest he may have been her initial partner who had grown tired of her and left.

The speaker’s anger is so potent that they are threatening to kill the woman if she does not give up everything, which would be a violation of both law and ethics. The song ends with them being happy about thinking their revenge may have finally been achieved after all these years while realizing how justified it was in retrospect.

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Unfortunately, there aren’t any songs or music videos available for this as yet unreleased single from Rick Ross’ upcoming album Rather You Than Me but you can probably still get an idea of what it’ll sound like by listening to “Forbes” below:

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