Calvin Harris, The Weeknd – Over Now Lyrics

Calvin Harris, The Weeknd Over Now

Calvin Harris Over Now Song Lyrics Download

Calvin Harris and The Weeknd shares the music lyrics for the song titled “Over Now.”

 

 

Over Now Lyrics

I don’t really care if your tears fall down your face
You know you play the victim every time
I know you getting turned every night
Oh yeah, your girls ain’t shit trying to get me off your mind
The same ones who be hitting up my line
They’re not your friends

 

I need you to know that
We ain’t ever gonna go back
This time it got so bad
It’s best for me, it’s best for you
I need you to know that
Tried to love you but I forced that
All signs, we ignored that
And it’s not the same

 

‘Cause it’s over now (Oh yeah)
Don’t get too confused girl, it’s over now (Oh yeah)
No coming back around (Baby)
Nothing left to lose girl, it’s over now

 

So I take this just to forget you, I don’t regret those memories
And I swear I’m not trying to test, I wish you the best with the life you lead
But you always need that attention, feeding the press when we don’t speak
But we’re both with somebody else so please stop calling me

 

I need you to know that
We ain’t ever gonna go back
This time it got so bad
It’s not the same

 

‘Cause it’s over now (Oh yeah)
Don’t get too confused girl it’s over now (Oh yeah)
No coming back around
Nothing left to lose girl it’s over now

 

‘Cause it’s over now (Stop calling me)
Don’t get too confused girl, it’s over now (Stop calling me, hey!)
No coming back around (No coming back around)
Nothing left to lose girl it’s over now (No coming back around)

 

Stop calling me back around
Back around
Oh yeah
Ooh
Oh yeah
Stop calling, stop calling
Ooh, ooh-ooh-ooh

 

 

 

 

 

Credits

Song Title: Over Now (with The Weeknd)

Performed by: Calvin Harris and The Weeknd

Written by: Abel “The Weeknd” Tesfaye, Adam Feeney, Adam Wiles, Billy Walsh, Dylan Wiggins, Evren Omer, Jason “DaHeala” Quenneville, Martin McKinney, Shola Phillips and Sonjay Prabhakar

Produced by: Calvin Harris, The Weeknd and Frank Dukes

Source: Columbia, Universal Music Publishing