Do do do do do
Do do do do
Do do do do do

Do do do do do
Do do do do
Do do do do do

Was I not enough stimulation
Hit by a brake the other day
Just when I thought that I'm okay
You didn't like my conversation

I can't come up with something new
It doesn't really matter what I do
So here's my observation
You could never see it through my eyes
And I'm too tired to try

So don't call and say your coming back for me
Don't mean nothing
I'm always getting over you
And don't lie and say your over me
Don't mean nothing
I'm always getting over you

Do do do do
Do do do do do

Was it too much aggravation
Your telling me the way that I won't see
And then I change my mind you disagree
I used to be our inspiration
You chase your mind you disappear
And I know it's never over

So don't call and say your coming back for me
Don't mean nothing
I'm always getting over you
And don't lie and say your over me
Don't mean nothing
I'm always getting over you

Do do do do
Do do do do do

Do do do do do
Do do do do
Do do do do do

Was I not enough stimulation
Hit by a brake the other day
Just when I thought that I'm okay
You didn't like my conversation
And I can't come up with something new
It doesn't really matter what I do

So don't call and say your coming back for me
Don't mean nothing
I'm always getting over you
And don't lie and say your over me
Don't mean nothing
I'm always getting over you

Do do do do do
Do do do do
Do do do do do

So don't call and say your coming back for me
Don't mean nothing
I'm always getting over you
And don't lie and say your over me
Don't mean nothing
I'm always getting over you

So don't call and say your coming back for me
I'm always getting over you


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Always Getting Over You Lyrics as written by Kenny Gioia Michael D. Pka Sheppard Goodman

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    this song is so sweet and its how i feelover my ex

    leicestertigeron June 07, 2002   Link
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    General Comment

    I don't want to like this person and I want to forget them. But at the same time I can't. And I won't. I'm always trying to get over them even though they can never like me for who I am.

    Simplisticon June 12, 2002   Link
  • 0
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    its a very good song. angela is a great writer.

    kandigirlieon July 28, 2002   Link
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    about a person you know you're not meant to be with, who never understood you, who messed you around, but you'll never entirely get over.

    treacheroustigeron January 18, 2007   Link

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