I think the first verse; "Yeah I'm fadin", And I call out, No one hears me, Never been, Never thought I'd say a word" is what she is thinking to herself. She thinks that no one thinks about her or no one tries to see her because her husband told her she was nothing. She couldn't feel, and that no one would care about anything she said. The two lines; "Weighed down, Safe now", just means that she was weighed down with all those worries and now she can move on from that and she's safe. The line "Shots in the dark from empty guns" could mean that the words he persecuted her with are the shots and the non-feeling husband was the gun in which they were shot out from.
The rest of the chorus basically is about her telling herself to move on because no one knows about it and that she's exposed by her fears, so try not to fear things. Then she starts doubting herself again, "Yeah I'm hiding in the fallout, Now I'm wasted, They don't need me, don't want me, don't hear a word I say" and she starts telling herself things her husband once lashed out at her. Then she says to herself you were weighed down but your safe now and she reassures herself again with the chorus. Then the third verse "Inside your head, No one's there. And I don't think I'll ever be. And I don't care" is something her husband once told her and that she remembers. Finally, it leaves off with her reassuring herself once again and slowly, though not realizing it, she leaves the ghosts of the past behind.
Some issues that
deal with this article are change, choice, identity, and power. Change,
because she is trying to change her life from the past. Choice, because
she made the choice to try and change her life. Identity because she's
trying to find herself between the scared person she left behind who feels
exposed (naked) and the new person she is trying to find. Finally, power,
because she is trying to overcome the power of the effects of her husband's