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04. Already Over

End Of Silence
by Red



 

You never go
Your always here (suffocating me)
Under my skin
I cannot run away
Fading slowly

I'd give it all to you
Letting go of me
Reaching as I fall
I know it's already over now
Nothing left to lose
Loving you again
I know it's already over, already over now

My best defense, running from you
I can't resist, take all you want from me
Breaking slowly

I'd give it all to you
Letting go of me
Reaching as I fall
I know it's already over now
Nothing left to lose
Loving you again
I know it's already over, already over now

You're all I'm reaching for
It's already over
All I'm reaching for
It's already over now

I'd give it all to you
I offer up my soul
It's already over, already over now

Give it all to you
Letting go of me
Reaching as I fall
I know it's already over now
Nothing left to lose
Loving you again
I know it's already over now
It's already over now
I know it's already over, already over

written by Jasen Rauch, Rob Graves, and Jason McArthur

Behind the Song:
"This song has a dual meaning – intentionally – which is why there are two parts to it. It's about both sides of temptation. On the one hand, it’s about how weak we can be as human beings giving into temptations. Often when the first ounce of temptation comes our way, it’s “already over” – we’ve already decided to give in. At its worst, it’s an addiction controlling us, “suffocating” us, to which we tragically “offer up our souls.” On the other hand, this song is about the moment we finally allow Jesus’ power to overcome our temptations – when we trade the allure of sin for God’s righteousness. The moment we finally offer up our souls to Jesus, it’s “already over”, the darkness fades, our sins are washed away, and we can rest in His peace (as emphasized in Pt. 2). (1 Cor. 10:13)" - Red

 

 

 

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