"It's Over" as written by Brian Kennedy Seals, Balewa M. Muhammad, Candice Clotiel Nelson, Ezekiel L. Lewis and Patrick Michael Smith....
It's over, it's over
Twelve days later and I can't start over
I left her, she hates me
We've been friends since 1990
Don't tell me it's over

I need you more than the sun
She's telling me that we're done
I can't believe that it's over
I need you more than the sun
She's telling me that we're done
I can't believe that it's over
I should've known all along

It's over, it's over
Three months later but I can't console her
I'm run down, I'm clinging
Left a message, but her phone's not ringing

It's over, so over
The sun is shining but my heart is sober
Pretending I'm alright
Sleep all day gonna stay up all night
Don't tell me it's over

I need you more than the sun
She's telling me that we're done
I can't believe that it's over
I need you more than the sun
She's telling me that we're done
I can't believe that it's over
I should've known all along
I should've known all along

I need you more than the sun
I need you more than the sun

I need you more than the sun
I need you more than the sun
You're telling me that we're done
I can't believe that it's over
You're telling me that we're done
It's over, it's over, it's over
It's over, it's over, we're done

I need you more than I thought
This past week I learned a lot
And now you tell me it's over


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"It's Over" as written by Balewa M. Muhammad Brian Kennedy Seals

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, CAPITOL CHRISTIAN MUSIC GROUP

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    General CommentAccording to Dunn, it's "... the typical pop rock break up song that's on every power-pop record. This is a song about a guy who cheats on his girlfriend, he tells her, she dumps him, he's depressed, blah blah blah! You've heard it all before. What you maybe haven't heard before is that he realizes that he was a terrible boyfriend and what they were missing in their relationship was a spiritual connection."
    simply__meon April 11, 2006   Link
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    General CommentWhich is weird since he says " I left her ", not " she left me. "
    I found the alternate lyrics stimulating, as well.
    xx take meon May 26, 2006   Link
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    General Commentwhere do u get that he cheated????
    candianchickon July 21, 2006   Link
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    General CommentIs it just me, or does this song, as well as "Things We Go Through" sound a lot like Blink 182's 'Man Overboard', at least in the beginning?
    Altephoron September 29, 2006   Link
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    General Commentyea maybe when it says "i left her" he means that he basically did leave her, when he cheated on her but she was the one who officially left him. i dont know.
    lovely101on March 13, 2007   Link
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    General Commentwether he cheated on her or not, it sounds like, he ended it and then realized what he did and tried to get back with her (explaining the line "i left her, she hates me") and she won't take him back, telling him that it's over for good, thats where he gets the "she's telling me we're done" part. that's my thoughts at least.
    groupshrinkon May 26, 2007   Link
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    General Commenthe left her i think meaning that..he left her... like in a relationshp your like one...your hearts, your minds, it's all connected..and your faithful to each other. And Jason didn't cheat..it just means the guy in the song did... he said it in an interview once.
    biroismyheroon May 28, 2007   Link
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    General Commentthis song reminds me alot of blink 182's so sorry it's over. Good song, nice upbeat poppy fun song. The ending is nice how it fades out...
    serenity23on January 19, 2008   Link
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    General Commenti dnt think he cheated on her but i think that that he broke up with her and relized that, that was the most stupidest desicion he had ever made. like in the snse of "What was I Thinking"
    nehpetson August 15, 2008   Link

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