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​Now That It's Over

This song is by Everclear and appears on the album Songs From An American Movie Vol. One - Learning How To Smile (2000).

Original video
(Yeah right)
(One, two, three, four)

Break down and shake for me
Nothing ever is the way you want it to be
Nothing even tastes right now that it's over

Break down and shake for me
Don't write words unless you want me to read them
Nothing really matters now that it's over

Maybe we can be friends
Now that we're older
We can have fun like we did in the early days
Now that it's over

(Yeah right)

Break down and shake for me
Nothing ever seems the way it ought to be
Nothing ever seems right now that it's over

Yeah, now maybe we can be friends
Maybe we can be closer
We can have fun like we did in the old days
Now that it's over

Oh yeah, oh yeah, oh yeah

My bad dreams just don't seem the same
Baby without you
I wish you were willing to accept the blame
Yeah, for everything you do

My nightmares just don't scare me now
Baby without you, yeah yeah
I wish that I could find the words to tell
In the best way possible
You and your friends to go to hell

(Yeah right)

Break up time is never easy to do
Nothing ever ends the way you want it to
Nothing seems to make sense now that it's over

Yeah, now maybe we can be friends
Yeah, now that you're leaving
You can be nice to me
Maybe I'm dreaming
I am a lot better now than just okay
Maybe I am just waking up in my own way
Now that it's over
Now that it's over

My bad dreams just don't seem the same
Baby, without you
I wish you were willing to accept the blame
Yeah, for all the shitty things you do

Nightmares just don't scare me now
Baby, without you, oh
I wish that I could find the words to tell
You to politely go fuck yourself
Yeah, now that it's over

Now that it's over
Now that it's over
Now that it's over

Congratulations... a fetishist and an obsessive.
You will be very happy together.

Music by:

Art Alexakis / Greg Eklund Wikipedia16 / Craig Montoya Wikipedia16

Lyrics by:

Art Alexakis