"It's All Over Now" as written by Bobby Womack and Shirley Womack....
Baby used to stay out all night long
She made me cry
You know she done me wrong
She held my eyes open and that's no lie
Tables turned and now it's her turn to cry

Well then I used to love her but it's all over now
Yes it is
Well then I used to love her but it's all over now

Listen
She used to run around with every single man in town
Spent all my money playing her fast game
She put me out, it was a pity how I cried
But the tables turned and now it's her turn to cry

Because I used to love her but it's all over now
Ain't no lie
Because I used to love her but it's all over now

Well I used to wake the morning get my breakfast in bed
When I got worried she'd ease my aching head
But now she's here and there with every single man in town
But the tables turned and now it's her turn to cry

Because I used to love her but it's all over now
Yes it is
Because I used to love her but it's all over now

But then I used to love her but it's all over now
But then I used to love her but it's all over
But then I used to love her but you know but you know
It's all over now

But then I used to love her but you know it's all over now
But then I used to love her but it's all over now
But then I used to love her but it's all over now
But then I used to love her but you know but you know
It's all over now

But then I used to love her but it's all over now
But then I used to love her but you know but you know
But you know it's all over now

But then I used to love her but you know it's all over now
But then I used to love her always but you know it's all over now


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"It's All Over Now" as written by Shirley Womack Bobby Womack

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    Song FactOriginally released by The Valentinos, and The Rolling Stones had their first number one song with this song too (in 1964).

    Rod's version was released in 1970.
    sokornyon January 14, 2016   Link

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