Gettin' Over You

Album: One Love (2009)
Charted: 1 31
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  • All the things I know right now
    If I only knew back then
    There's no gettin' over
    No gettin' over
    There's just no getting over you

    Wish I could spin my world into reverse
    Just to have you back again
    There's no gettin' over
    There's no gettin' over
    There's just no getting over you, no, no

    Bring it back
    Hey, hey, I can't forget you, baby
    I think about you everyday
    I tried to masquerade the pain
    That's why I'm next to the roof
    D-d-d dancing to the groove
    But there is no, there is no getting over you
    Baby, it feels so (right)
    To dance to the beat of (night)
    That heat between you and I
    Freak freak to the morning light
    We like to live like (that)
    And pour them shots up in the (glass)
    But there is no, there is no getting over you

    I'm-a party and party and party and party
    And party and party and party
    I'm-a party and party and party and party
    And party and party and party

    All the things I know right now
    If I only knew back then
    There's no gettin' over
    No gettin' over
    There's just no getting over you

    Wish I could spin my world into reverse
    Just to have you back again
    There's no gettin' over
    There's no gettin' over
    There's just no getting over you

    I'm a party, and party and party and party
    And party and party and party
    I'm a party, and party and party and party
    And party and party and party

    People in the place
    If you've ever felt love
    Then you know, yeah, you know, what I'm talking about
    There is no getting over

    I'm a party, and party and party and party
    And party and party and party
    I'm a party, and party and party and party
    And party and party and party

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