"No Getting Over Me" as written by and Tom/aldridge Brasfield....
Well, you can walk out on me tonight
If you think that it ain't feeling right
But darling, there ain't no getting over me

You can say that you need to be free
But there ain't no place that I won't be
Sweet darling, there ain't no getting over me

I'll be the bill you forgot to pay
I'll be the dream that keeps you awake
I'll be the song on the radio
I'll be the reason that you tell the boys, no

Don't you know

You can tell everyone that we're through
You might even believe it too
But darling, there ain't no getting over me
Sweet darling, there ain't no getting over me

I'll be the face that you see a the crowd
I'll be the times that you cry out loud
I'll be the smile when there's no one around
I'll be the book that you just can't put down

So you can walk out on me tonight
If you think that it ain't feeling right
But darling, here ain't no getting over me
You'll see, sweet darling
There's ain't no getting over me
No, darling
There ain't no getting over me

No, over me


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"No Getting Over Me" as written by Walt Aldridge Tom Brasfield

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