It's Not Over


  • This song is about a fight between a guy and his girlfriend. He knows he did something wrong, and is pleading with her not to leave. The line, "I lose myself in all these fights, I lose my sense of wrong and right" indicates that he's said something that greatly upset her. Throughout the song, he repeats, "It's not over" in an attempt to convince her not to go. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Roiben - New York, NY

Comments: 4

  • Taylor from San Jose, Cai love this song!!!! stupid matthew!
    ^ ^
  • Edward Pearce from Ashford, Kent, EnglandMatthew, no this is a different song to Daughtry's "It's Not Over." This was written by John Vesely, who is Secondhand Serenade. Daughtry's song of the same title was penned by Mark Wilkerson, the frontman of the rock band Course of Nature.
  • Matthew from Milford, MaIs this the same song that Daughtry was nominated for in the 2008 Grammy Awards?
  • Alyssa from Forney, TxAwww this is a sweet song =]
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