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  1. Over You

Think Culture Club and Squeeze meets Supertramp and Men At Work. Or not. Sad, loser lyrics, set to poppy goodness with bright bounciness to spare. Plus, it has harmonica AND banjo. AND amazing singing by Mycle Wastman, who you might have caught on "The Voice" a few years back (season 3, Team Cee Lo).

Lyrics

Over You
© July 8, 2011 By David Nyro

CHORUS:
How many years must I bear this burden?
Over You, Over You
How many years must I go on hurtin'?
Over You, Over You

Fated - we were fated . . to fall in love like
we'd waited forever
Fated - we were fated . . to fall in love . . .
never say never.

There's a special spot that we used to goo
Down by the river, watch the water flow
Sitting so close, then our lips met
Don't let go ... don't ever let us go

CHORUS: Over You, Over You, Over You,
I thought that I was so over -
Over You, Over You, Over You,
I just never knew . . .

Verse 2:
There was a place I'd never been
You took me there, both hearts in
It was only a heartbeat, but I can't forget
Frozen in time, just like my heart

CHORUS:
Over You, Over You, Over You,
I thought that I was so over -
Over You, Over You, Over You,
I just never knew . . .
Where, where it would lead
How, how I would bleed
Oh, I'm so open, but so closed

Fated, I was fated, to fall in love for both of us,
Fated, I was fated to stay in love for both us

CHORUS:
Over You, Over You, Over You,
I thought that I was so Over -
Over You, Over You, Over You,
I just never knew . . .
Over You, Over You, Over You,
I thought that I was so Over -
Over You, Over You, Over You, I just never knew . . .

Close Verse/CHORUS:
How many stars must I keep on keep on asking?
Over you, Over you.
How many tears must I keep on masking?
Over you, Over you.
How many years must I bear this burden?
Over You, Over You.
How many years must I go on hurtin'?
Over You, Over You.