"Get Over It" as written by Aristazabal Emi Chen Hawkes, Fyfe Dangerfield Hutchins, Ricardo Bombine Pimentel and Greg Stewart....
So the skin has turned its back on me again
And it?s back to playschool for me and my childhood friend
Well get over it!

And the words don?t leave my mouth till I?ve had a dram
So I sit in the corner and watch you like the man I am
Well get over it!
Get over it!

D?you want my side, my side of the story?
D?you want my side, my side of the story?
Well I want you, want you like I?m eighteen
But I?m tied up, tied up to my baby
To my baby
Oh!

In another life I?d be drenched in sweat with you
But it?s this life darlin?, and in this life we make do
Oh get over it!
G-g-g-g-get over it!

Oh, d?you want my side, my side of the story?
D?you want my side, my side of the story?
Well I want you, want you like I?m eighteen
But I?m tied up, tied up to my baby
To my baby
My blessed baby

Oh here?s my side, my side of the story
Oh I?m so tired, sick tired of the story!
Oh I want that thing that you do with ice-cream
Oh I?d kill my life for, what could I be
What could have been.



Lyrics submitted by deltasunlight

"Get Over It" as written by Kaya Stewart

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  • +2
    General CommentMy thought is that it's about a chilhood sweetheart or someone he wuved when younger and, seeing him/her again he wants to get saucy and his rauncy, hormonal feelings have come back... but of course he's in a serious relationship with some he loves now and is dedicated to NOW, (as opposed to the person he once wanted)
    ariesstyleon March 28, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General CommentPresumably he really likes this other girl, and it's a really physical desire ("I want you like I'm eighteen" and "In another life I'd be drenched in sweat with you"), but he's already with someone else ("I'm tied to my baby"). So they have to "get over it" as in their desires, because "it's this life darlin', and in this life we make do" - you can't always have what you want in this life.

    Really like this song - very catchy like you say!
    GirlsInWhiteDresseson March 26, 2008   Link
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    General Commentso catchy!!
    deltasunlighton February 18, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI agree with you guys, though I think its probably about as specific as ariesstyle said. Its not just about liking someone when you're with someone else. Its about liking someone you previously had some entanglement with, perhaps which resulted in some kind of conflict or breakdown in communications.
    "Do you want my side of the story?"
    I love that he keeps repeating this. Its exactly the kind of frustrated shite you say to someone who doesn't factor in your present life at all, but whom mattered to you a great deal in the past.
    "Get over it."
    Indeed :)
    silversunpickedupon April 25, 2010   Link

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