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Music by elton johnLyrics by gary osborneReleased as a uk b-side in 1981At last I’m over losing youI’ve cried so many tears it just ain’t trueMy eyes are red, my heart is blueI can’t get over getting over losing youI can’t turn back the hands of timeI’ve come so far, I have to see it throughThe trouble is that I still findI can’t get over getting over losing youI hardly ever think of youExcept in the morning and then in the evening, again in the afternoonI guess it’s true, I’m over the worstBut living’s the one thing that ain’t rehearsedBut I know that’s all behind me nowI’m learning how to live my life anewAnd as soon as I discover howThen I’ll get over getting over losing youI hardly ever think of you, I roll with the punchesI’m taking it easy, I don’t play hunches like I used to doI’m over you nowStill tying to forget you but I don’t know howBut at least I’m over losing youThere’s only one thing left for me to doOh my eyes are red, my heart is blueI draw the lone on you and me, forget how fine it used to beAnd I’ll get over getting over losing youAnd I’ll get over getting over losing you

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