Over Again

This is the only song that I have ever composed without an instrument. The reason for this is that I wrote it whilst sitting on the beach at Eden on the Bay. It was originally a poem.

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I want the colours to fade while I watch you
Searching for hope in my polka dot costume
You’ve got a sweet tooth
I stand here as proof

Let’s just pretend this is holiday season
Spray hits our face, we don’t need a reason
Cancel our lives, let them collide

To not would be treason

I still go back to the place where I met you
I fall in love, get mad and resent you
Over again, it’s a washing machine mechanism
Pulls me under the surface
Will I ever resurface
Will I ever be sure of this

It pulls me over again, pulls me over again 
Will I ever resurface, will I ever be sure of this 

You are the waves that crash over my skin
You are the numbness that courses within
Over again now I live in my head

I’ve never been dizzy from sunlight and feelings
Stood up too quick and my mind is still reeling
Give in to the tides, let the worries subside
To not is to ignore paradise

You know I still question the signs that you send me
I lose my mind, stress my heart ’til it’s empty
Over again, it’s a washing machine mechanism
Pulls me under the surface, will I ever resurface

It pulls me over again, pulls me over again 
Will I ever resurface, will I ever be sure of this

I don’t get it
Cause I’m cotton candy and you’re a sugar addict
I can’t stand it, I’m a steal and you’re meant to be a bandit

So pull me over again, pulls me over again 
I don’t wanna resurface, I don’t care if we’re sure of this

Pull me over again, pulls me over again 
I don’t wanna resurface, I don’t care if we’re sure of this