"Already over PT. 2" as written by Robert Douglas Graves, Jason Mcarthur and Jasen Rauch....
You never go
You're always here
Beneath my skin
I cannot run away
Fading slowly

Give it all to you
Reaching as I fall
It's already over, already over now

My best defense, running from you
I can't resist, take all you want from me
Breaking slowly

Give it all to you
Reaching as I fall
It's already over now
Loving you again

It's already over, already over now
You're what I reach for when I fall
It's already over
You're what I reach for when I fall
It's already over now


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"Already Over, Pt. 2" as written by Rob Graves Jasen Rauch

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  • +1
    General CommentWhy are there so many people who feel the need to claim every song is about God?

    Niether version has anything to do with religion.
    SammaeLon April 21, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General CommentThe lover could be God, and the addiction could be sin. The band is a Christian one so of course people are going to assume religious lyrics.

    @SammaeL
    Just because you don't like religion doesn't mean you need to directly contradict everyone who infers religious meaning in lyrics. You're worse than them when you do.
    _ANARCHiST_on June 22, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis is a slow version of Pt. 1, and whereas the faster version deals with running away from God, the lyrics are tweaked slightly on this version to make it more about coming back to Him and giving Him everything. It's about redemption.
    cycle.of.asheson September 17, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentAlso acoustic, not just slow :). This version is somewhat haunting, and I like it, maybe even better than the regular version. This is the last song on the cd.
    BrittleWingson November 06, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentSammaeL,

    this song has a lot to do with religion, there's even great proof in a dancing game called "Dance Praise" and all the songs played in the game are glorified to The Lord, and this song is in the game.

    anyway, this song is amazing and I agree with cycle.of.ashes!
    bittersweet79on June 21, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI don't quite see what it has to do with religion either. This version I can see it a little bit, but honestly I see both songs as having to choose between a lover and an addiction. In the original they choose the addiction and in this they choose the lover.
    kirby_a_quiet_treeon June 22, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentRED is a Christian band... this song, as well as most of (if not all) of their songs, it is about a personal relationship with God... so gosh Sammael, don't comment if you don't have any good input, please.
    thebigeman77on June 22, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentWhile it's true that not every Christian in a band makes songs about their faith, it's a pretty well-documented fact that Red do make songs about their faith. In fact, every song on their debut album are prayers and reactions to struggles they've experienced in life (or of those close to them), so in that respect they are about God.

    I can, however, understand if we're talking about other bands such as Switchfoot, Relient K, 12 Stones, etc. that are Christians but don't always make songs about their faith, or God or whatever. To try to "find God" in all of their songs is putting them inside too small of a box. But the band Red specifically makes music about their faith. That is their agenda and chosen form of expression (at least for this album).
    davim00on July 10, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthe beauty of RED's music is that many of their songs can be interpreted to do with religion or not with religion. I choose to believe that this song is about redemption and coming back to Christ, but that is my personal opinion and you can like it or not, but disrespect is not needed.

    This song is so beautiful and I love that it is acoustic. I feel like it is about coming to to Christ after having fallen far from His love. I love it
    canuck13on August 19, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI think this whole album is about God.... I've listened to it 5 times in a row and I see God in every song....I think when you haven't experienced Christ you don't really see him in everything but when you have a personal relationship with him then he's everywhere in everything you do....
    I still can't get over how awesome this whole album is....
    This song is amazing... I was just playing it before I commented on the song so it's fresh in my mind...
    UOxAlmostxWeddingxShowdownxon June 09, 2009   Link

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