"Over and Out" as written by Craigie Dodds, Benjamin Earl Mungo Phillpotts and Newton Faulkner....
We have been friends for so long now
It's not that I've been lying
Just time I told you the truth
Strangers constantly between us
Wish that they would leave us
Only you and I

Just you and I

Come in can you hear me?
Am I even talking?
There is so much that I want you to know
I'm counting on someday
You'll wake up and see me
But you don't wanna know
I'm over and out

Now you're moving out of range
You're drifting off my radar
Won't return my calls
So you're not my happy ending
There's no use pretending
No use at all

Just you and I

Come in can you hear me?
Am I even talking?
There is so much that I want you to know
I'm counting on someday
You'll wake up and see me
But you don't wanna know
I'm over

Can't keep going
I can't keep going around and around the same feelings
Can you hear me now?
Now I'm over and out

Come in can you hear me?
Am I even talking?
There is so much that I want you to know
I'm counting on someday
You'll wake up and see me
But you don't wanna know
I'm over it now


Lyrics submitted by paul167

"Over and Out" as written by Ruth Anne Cunningham John Shanks

Lyrics © Peermusic Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group

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