"Said and Done" as written by and Nathan R Young Christian E Mcalhaney....
Well here we are again, where we ended long ago
You didn't learn, and I didn't listen to my friends
Well where do we go from here? Tried to walk away
Look at us now, we're back in each other's way

You just keep wearing me out (wearing me out)
But I'm wearing you down
You still keep wearing me out (wearing me out)
But I'm wearing you down

Should be over this by now
Build me up to beat me down
I hate crawling back to you, crawling back to you
When all is done and said
There is a part of me that's dead
Nearly given up on you, giving up on you

I know how this will end, love, loss, and regrets
You leave upset, I end up losing my best friend
Sounds too good to be true
One more minute heart on the line, one more time
You're not willing to work this through

Should be over this by now
Build me up to beat me down
I hate crawling back to you, crawling back to you
When all is done and said
There is a part of me that's dead
Nearly given up on you, giving up on you

You just keep wearing me out (wearing me out)
But I'm wearing you down
You still keep wearing me out (wearing me out)
But I'm wearing you down

Should be over this by now
Build me up to beat me down
I hate crawling back to you, crawling back to you
When all is done and said
There is a part of me that's dead
Nearly given up on you, giving up on you

And now it's said and done
I'll be moving right along
And I'm giving up on you


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"Said and Done [*]" as written by Deon Rexroat Christian Edwin Mcalhaney

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    General CommentI disagree with you. This is simple as a boy likes this girl but the girl only flirts with him to reject him in the end. He ends up crawling back to her to get rejected in the end once again. In the very end he gives up on her and a little piece of him dies. Vice Versa with the gender could be possible.
    SantisoukASon January 10, 2011   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI love this song. So glad I got the Walmart version.
    Showcreatoron October 25, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentLikewise here.
    I almost bought the plain ol' reg. version.
    broken_compasson January 12, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI love this song.
    I am also glad I got the Walmart version.
    & I think the song is pretty self-explanatory,
    breaking up and moving on.
    katie_ex_malo_bonumon January 22, 2009   Link
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    General CommentStephen Christian always has a hidden meaning in his songs. They are rarely obvious. I believe that is the case in this song. He is talking about repentance and the guilt that is felt. Jesus Christ is "wearing me out" because it is hard to live with the guilt of a sin. It wears us out. We also wear Christ down when we sin because he carries the weight of the world on his shoulders. At the end of the song is when Christian gives up, loses faith, and moves on.
    lionsharnesson December 17, 2009   Link
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    General CommentShould be over this by now- it's about dependency in relationships!
    in2sighton January 10, 2011   Link
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    General CommentMaybe they dated, and broke up. On and off relationship. She doesn't have faith in the relationship but they keep going back to it.

    You just keep wearing me out (wearing me out)
    But I'm wearing you down

    He's finally getting through to her, then realizes it over, and moves on.
    sinslikeskeletonson January 11, 2011   Link

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