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Over And Done
Out Of The Woodwork III
1993 by Gary E. Andrews
All Right Reserved for the Globe


Chords: (Capo 1st fret)
Em O22OOO
C/G bass 332O1O
D XXO232
Am XO221O

(Verse 1)
"Keep your hat on!" she said.
"You won't be staying.
Lay your coat on the bed.
We won't be playing."
She had me wondering,
What wa on her mind, This time.
She kept on saying,
Something about this being the last time.

(Chorus)
It's over, Over And Done.
It's over, Over And Done.
It's over, Over And Done.
Ain't nothing left to do
but get the shouting and the crying done.

(V 2)
"Keep your shirt on," she said,
At the station.
This won't be half as bad,
If you'll be patient.
You like your wandering.
Well now you can wander for all time."
She had me pondering,
What she really meant
about this being the last time.

(Repeat Chorus)
(Bridge)
Broken hearts are piled knee deep
at the bottom of a lover's stare.
Lovers' hill is much too steep,
To climb if there's no one there,
To help you out and help you up.
No one to throw you a line.
She had me wondering,
What she meant about this
being the last time.

(Repeat Chorus)

More Info...
Over And Done 1993 by Gary E. Andrews
All Rights Reserved For The Globe

In the original I ad libbed "The kids are out playing" instead of "We won't be playing." I mentioned to a songwriter friend that I didn't like putting the kids in this distressful situation.
"Take them out," she logically replied. So I did. That is song 'crafting,' changing first inspirations to deliberate imagery or poetry.