Post Malone: Over Now Meaning
Song Released: 2018
Over Now Lyrics
(Yeah, yeah, yeah)
When you leave me, make me jump up off my roof
Didn't faze you, would've given you the moon
Even after everything that we've been through
I ain't never met nobody like you
Why you always...
anonymous Feb 17th 2020 !⃝
Post Malone's girlfriend cheated on him
anonymous Jan 2nd 2020 !⃝
He fucking hates this bitch.
This song had to be inspired by the first girl that broke his heart before he became famous. I think it's more of an "I'll show you, bitch!" song than anything else. It's basically the 5 stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance, all rolled up into one nice little song.
anonymous Nov 15th 2019 !⃝
Post is done!! This person is dead to him. It’s a LET GO anthem. Now move ON! It’s over Now
anonymous Aug 16th 2019 !⃝
I believe that Over Now is a tale of Austin breaking up with a woman who is only with him for his money. When Post comes to his senses, he plans to end the relationship in a spectacular fashion
The line “I don’t even wanna known your name” to me means that the relationship is more of a fling than a serious thing.
There a lots of lines hinting that this woman is no longer alive according to Post.
anonymous Feb 19th 2019 !⃝
It's a love song.
"Begging on his knees" not for her to leave
He tries to make her jealous
The female harmonies in the second chorus could be interpreted as him crying, wailing etc.
I know it is an aggressive song and he realises what she is like (loves money) but he stills loves her and he is frustrated and angry that he cannot get her back
anonymous Oct 18th 2018 !⃝
I think this song just goes to show that his life is good as it is, yet he still has this feeling for a girl, but he probably knows it wont turn out the way he wants it, and its just over now for him
anonymous Sep 13th 2018 !⃝
He’s expressing how she’s destroyed their relationship despite his attempts to prevent them from breaking up. She destroys their relationship by not staying together and leaving him to twist in the wind. Now, he’s done with all of it, given up and sees her for who she really was. She, may as well be dead to him.
This is a straight diss track that’s both literal and figurative. It can certainly be taken as a “state of mind” where the aggrieved is tearing down the last vestiges of his mental connections to his ex. It can also be taken as guttural hatred for his ex.
anonymous Aug 13th 2018 !⃝
Maybe he’s split up with his girlfriend and he’s trying to prove that he’s better off without her
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