Well, don't say to me it's over, now, now
'Cause I'll say how, how can you go
The lights get warm, and I start to burn
Then it's time to stop the show

You say I'm great, but it's too late
And you excuse your fattened self
You see this weight and you lick your plate
And then you're on to someone else

And oh, I'm plain,
But you used to love my face
When I had big-money pockets, baby,
And a car that I could race

Well, don't say to me it's over, now, now
'Cause I'll say how, how can you go
Tell me that you love me one more time
From your heart, not from your throat

You say I'm great, but it's too late
And you excuse your fattened self
You see this weight and you lick your plate
And then you're on to someone else

And oh, I'm plain,
But you used to love my face
When I had big-money pockets baby,
And a car that I could race

Well, don't say to me it's over, now, now
'Cause I'll say how, how can you go

You say I'm great, but it's too late
And you excuse your fattened self
You see this weight but you lick your plate
And then you're on to someone else

And oh, I'm plain,
But you used to love my face
When I had big-money pockets baby,
And a car that I could race

Well, don't say to me it's over, now, now


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Don't Say to Me It's Over song meanings
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