Over

  • I see the grass beneath me
    I smell the winter sky
    And think to myself
    Don't pass me by
    You dance in strange conditions with strangers of the night
    I see you're crazy and so am I

    You bled out red and blue
    The boys of NYU, they saw you coming from miles away
    Nothing is quite as homey, we dive in sunny days
    I see you Kenny, you castaway

    Oh, don't say it's over
    Don't say is over, anymore
    Oh, don't say it's over
    Don't say it's over, anymore

    Bright lights, that made the city
    Quaaludes on Christmas Eve and all the good times we've ever seen
    The roles we played together
    The slaps across my face
    My face brings new reason you write the scene?

    Oh, don't say it's over
    Don't say is over anymore
    Oh, don't say it's over
    Don't say it's over anymore

    My angel hovers over
    The light comes crashing in
    I know it's how this here story ends
    I'll hang around forever, until you cut me down
    I'm crossed and ready to face the crowd

    Oh, don't say it's over
    Don't say is over anymore
    Oh, don't say it's over
    Don't say it's over anymore

    Oh, don't say it's over
    Don't say is over anymore
    Oh, don't say it's over
    Don't say it's over anymore Writer/s: Ivan Nathan Followill, Matthew Followill, Jared Followill, Anthony Caleb Followill
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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