"I Thought It Was Over [Multimedia Track]" as written by Daniel Giles Sells, Kevin Francis Jeremiah, Ciaran David Jeremiah, Paul Ronald Stewart and Richard Peter Jones....
Well, you were there when the wall came down
A baby king with a grown man's crown
And we played in the sun as the curtain was crumbling

Well, I was young and I could not see
That if you go, won't you please take me'
And you told me that I would forget you eventually
(And I nearly did)
Yeah, yeah

I thought it was over but it's not
I thought it was over but it's not
I'm spinning in circles, I can't stop
I thought it was over but it's not

I'm in love with a fool
And you don't know what you've lost
It hurts from the bottom to the top
I thought it was over but it's not, yeah

Another year and the job was done
The old republic was dead and gone
And the new way of living would be a reality

But it's a while since you shut that door
I lie awake, ain't asleep no more
Though the nightmare is gone now I don't have a dream
(I don't have a dream)

I thought it was over but it's not
I thought it was over but it's not
I'm spinning in circles, I can't stop
I thought it was over but it's not

I'm in love with a fool
And you don't know what you've lost
It hurts from the bottom to the top
I thought it was over but it's not

Does anybody know
Does anybody know
Does anybody know
Does anybody know

I thought it was over but it's not
I thought it was over but it's not
I'm spinning in circles, I can't stop
I thought it was over but it's not

I'm in love with a fool
And you don't know what you've lost
It hurts from the bottom to the top
I thought it was over but it's not


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"I Thought It Was Over" as written by Daniel Sells Ciaran Jeremiah

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