"Over Here, Over There" as written by Scott A Mcmicken and Toby Mark Leaman....
I tip my cap to the heavy, heavy rain.
I wave hello when I see a snake go by.
I ain't a fighter, never been in a fight.
Can't get no answers from the other guys.

So let's just clear the air:
I am over here,
I am over there.

I am the youngest of a family of spiders.
I've got a web of my very own weaving.
I know where I belong and nothing's gonna beat it
So I ain't going home just because i'm leaving.

So let's just clear the air:
I am over here,
I am over there.

I am over here,
I am over there.

Well, the last time that I got lonely
I didn't even know your name.
Once and again for the first time
Yeah, it's old, but it ain't the same.

I remember everything you told me.
I remember you walking away.
I felt it on the moment that I met you.
I felt like a place that I should stay.

So let's just clear the air:
I am over here,
I am over there.

I said I am over here,
I am over there.

You were around long before my birthday.
You'll be around to throw flowers at my grave.
Me and you got a history of history
Me and you to continue this way.

So let us fill the air:
We are over here,
We are over there.

We are over here,
We are over there.

So let us fill the air:
We are over here,
We are over there.


Lyrics submitted by jfoxroxyoursox

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