"Forget About It" as written by Gabriel Steve Lopez, Jimmy Andrew Richard, Joseph Mcintyre and Brent Paschke....
Forget about it
I'm admittin' I was wrong
And I'll just take what's mine
And walk right out the door

Forget about it
I'll split and I'll be gone
And you'll have memories
You'll find hard to ignore

'Cause after all
I'll see you sometime maybe
When I can't recall
How you drove me crazy
Forget about it
When forever's over
I won't remember how much
I loved you anymore

Forget about it
Put me out of your head
Now that you're free and easy
Out there on the town
Forget about it
When you're lying in bed
Just wishing I was there to lay you down

'Cause after all
I'll see you sometime maybe
When you will recall
How I drove you crazier
Forget about those stars in your eyes
Laying by the fireside
Holding you tight
I can't remember when I felt so right
So just forget about it

Forget about it
When you see me on the street
Don't wink, don't wave
Don't try to tease me with your smile
Forget about it
If we chance to meet somewhere
Don't think it's 'cause I'm trying to reconcile

'Cause after all
I'll see you sometime maybe
When I can't recall how you drove me crazier
Forget about those stars in your eyes
Laying by the fireside
Holding you tight
I can't remember when I felt so right
So just forget about it


Lyrics submitted by ElliottB

"Forget About It" as written by Gabriel Steve Lopez Brent Paschke

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General CommentI can't really believe that no one has commented on this song.

    This is one of those beautifully simplistic songs.
    To me it represents that time and space when you realize that what you're losing really isn't something that was good for you anyway. You may love someone forever, but you can still move on without them.
    Shades_Of_Greyon July 21, 2008   Link
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    General CommentPretty straightforward. The song is basically one ex admonishing the other to not dwell on what they used to have. That dwelling, even if pleasant, won't help matters, and will only cloud the mind and slow the healing process.

    We've all been there, and if you're the one being admonished (usually the one broken up with), it's easy to feel that way.
    OldSouthon February 21, 2010   Link

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