Over And Over

Album: Boxes (2016)
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  • Picking up the pieces out, they left you in again
    Love is all you want but you're never gonna feel the same
    It's hard to be yourself when everyone around is changing
    Open up your eyes and you'll never lose yourself again

    And we go over and over and over again
    Are ya lost in the past thinking what might have been?
    You're here and you're now, started over and then
    Take it over and over and over again

    Turn it up
    Turn it up

    Old enough to know and young enough to live again
    Stare into the mirror but no one that you know is there (that you know is there)
    Shaking like it's cold and no one's there to take your hand
    I will give you mine and shiver 'till you're warm again

    So don't you look down

    And we go over and over and over again
    Are ya lost in the past thinking what might have been?
    You're here and you're now started over and then
    Take it over and over and over again

    Turn it up
    Turn it up
    Turn it up
    Turn it up

    Turn it on, turn it up, turn it over and we'll start again
    Turn it up, turn it over, turn it up
    Turn it on, turn it up, turn it over and we'll start again
    Turn it up, turn it over, turn it up
    Turn it on, turn it up, turn it over and we'll start again
    Turn it up, turn it over, turn it up
    Turn it on, turn it up, turn it over and we'll start again
    Turn it up, turn it over, turn it up

    Turn it on, turn it up, turn it over and we'll start again
    Turn it up, turn it over, turn it up
    Turn it on, turn it up, turn it over and we'll start again

    Turn it up
    Turn it up
    Turn it up (up, up, up)
    And we'll start again

    Turn it up
    And we'll start again
    Turn it up
    And we'll start again
    Turn it up
    And we'll start again Writer/s: CRAIG MACINTYRE, DREW PEARSON, JOHN T RZEZNIK, ROBERT C. JR. TAKAC
    Publisher: CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC, Songtrust Ave
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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