Over You

Album: Four the Record (2011)
Charted: 35
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  • Weather man said it's gonna snow
    By now I should be used to the cold

    Mid-February shouldn't be so scary
    It was only December
    I still remember the presents, the tree, you and me

    But you went away
    How dare you, I miss you
    They say I'll be OK
    But I'm not going to ever get over you

    Living alone here in this place
    I think of you, and I'm not afraid

    Your favorite records make me feel better
    'Cause you sing along with every song
    I know you didn't mean to give them to me

    But you went away
    How dare you, I miss you
    They say I'll be OK
    But I'm not going to ever get over you

    It really sinks in, you know
    When I see it in stone

    'Cause you went away,
    How dare you, I miss you
    They say I'll be OK
    But I'm not going to ever get over you Writer/s: Blake Shelton, Miranda Lambert
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Camille from Toronto, OhThe first time I saw this video, which was the first time I heard the tune, I thought, meh. I wasn't impressed. Then I saw it a couple more times and now the haunting melody and words of the song are running a continuing loop through my head. Came to Songfacts to find out what the story was behind the song; so sad to learn of Blake's brother. The words of the song are just so well written. Yea, well done.
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