Get It Over With

Album: Unapologetic (2012)

Songfacts®:

  • This lushly orchestrated dreamy ballad was penned by James Fauntleroy, who co-wrote six tracks on 2009's Rated R. It was produced by Brian Kennedy, who has worked on several of Rihanna's previous cuts, including her 2008 hit, "Disturbia."

Comments: 2

  • Anonymous..it is NOT important who is greater than or less than. What is vital is not to threaten or continue to be unkind to those who are SAID to be LOVED ONES. Example,giving 'blessings' to unkind persons (who were or are unkind to your supposed -loved ones- with out reason),causes YOU/IT,not to have or hold..ANYTHING. ZERO.
  • AnonymousThis song -get it over with - appears to be, strongly about romantic love with and between a human and a sorrowful higher being aka God
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