Yes - It's Over Lyrics




Baby you'll need a replacement
Baby I'm moving on
I've been in one place far too long
Its time that I was gone
I know I said when we started
Time would ease along
We were on a road to nowhere
Speed of sound

Our wait blows over
Punks fade away
As you sit by your window
Holding tears at bay

Its over
Will you still feel me though I'm not there
Its over
Where will you go when the lights are low
Its over
What will you do when the nights are long
Its over
Its over for you and me

I've come to tell you
Something I need to say
Its been coming for sometime
Never happened today
All those times I loved you
I really loved you
We need a new face
A brand new day

Its over
Where will you go when the lights are low
Its over
Will you still feel me though I'm not there

Now I'll be movin'
I won't leave you a key
I'm so near as our memory
And that's all we need
Our wait blows over
Punks fade away
As you sit by your window
Holding tears at bay

Its over
Will you still feel me though I'm not there
Its over
Where will you go when the lights are low
Its over
What will you do when the nights are long
Its over
Its over for you and me





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Yes It's Over Comments
  1. Brian Levine

    Interesting song, but doesn't at all feel like a Yes song.

  2. reluctanticon

    That doesn't sound like White and Squire at all

  3. jrock2264

    Sounds a bit like St. Elmo's Fire in parts...

  4. Paul Doerwang

    Terrific song! Somehow it kind of feels to me like it's in a polished "Cinema" state at this point though. Particularly lyrically.

  5. mike burstein

    Wow! This is great. He never ceases to amaze with his music. I really enjoy this album. " Changes" is my favorite songs of Trevor's.

  6. Mike Reiss

    Sounds more like Iron Maiden than Yes.

    Norberto Chavarelli

    I fully agree! Pure Iron Maiden!

  7. John Demarkis

    That is not Chris Squire and Alan White playing on this. It has potential but like most Trevor Rabin stuff the lyrics suck

  8. graham baker

    While I enjoyed it on first listening - it's NOT Yes!! More like a Cinema track or Rabin solo! Rabin-rock!! And I couldn't hear Jon!!

  9. Franco Sonaglia

    Eddie Jobson on keyboards?

    Tim Jackson

    Tony Kaye

    Franco Sonaglia

    are you sure? because at the beginnings of the re-group in 1982 they called Eddie Jobson after Tony Keye left for a brief period. In the Owner of a lonely heart video (the moment they are on the sky craper) it is still possible to see Eddie Jobson for a second (from behind, fairy hair) ... if by one side, on here, the simple chords seems a thing of Keye, the "electronic riff" you can hear for example at 4:18 ... is quite typical of Eddie

    Tim Jackson

    This was recorded before Eddie Jobson briefly joined. I forgot to mention that Trevor Rabin is also playing keyboards as well. I know for a fact that Eddie rehearsed with Yes for one month in 1983 for the upcoming tour before they persuaded Tony to return. Eddie was in the video for "Owner" but they cut out most of the shots that showed him. He never recorded with Yes, he came in after the album was recorded with Rabin and Kaye playing keyboards (respectively).

    SPacy sam aku holT

    Yea I think it is probably Rabin on keys. If you look at the credits on Talk, it only credits Kaye as doing the organ parts. Since Trevor has a hand in all that he does, I'm guessing he probably did a majority of the keyboards on 90125.

    mvunit3

    I also think there is an interview on video with Eddie that he did not enjoy the company of Squire and Jon (I believe) but didn't meet Rabin. I'll have to find that interview.

  10. awaken1001

    Love the base melodies but the lyrics are total cheeseball and unworthy of Yes. Less an unreleased Yes track than a Cinema demo that never went further.

  11. Franco Sablic

    Help me to complete the lyrics, please.

    Baby you'll need a replacement
    Maybe i'm moving on
    Ive been in one place far too long
    Its time that I was gone
    I know what we said

    time for me to

    were on a road to nowhere
    at the speed of sound
    Its over for you and me

    Ive come to tell you
    Something I need to say
    Its been coming for sometime
    Never happened today

    All those times I loved you
    I really loved you
    We need a new face
    Its over

    mvunit3

    With your translation, and listening to the song once again I came up with this as best as I could transcribe. Since it seems no one online has put them up, and is NOT available on the Official YES site.

    The only part/"word" thats super hard to hear (and doesn't make sense) "Punks' fade away":

    Baby you'll need a replacement
    Baby i'm moving on
    I've been in one place far too long
    Its time that I was gone
    I know I said when we started
    Time would ease along
    We were on a road to nowhere
    Speed of sound

    Our wait blows over
    Punks fade away(?)
    As you sit by your window
    Holding tears at bay
    Its over
    Will you still feel me though I'm not there
    Its over
    Where will you go when the lights are low
    Its over
    What will you do when the nights are long
    Its over
    Its over for you and me

    I've come to tell you
    Something I need to say
    Its been coming for sometime
    Never happened today

    All those times I loved you
    I really loved you
    We need a new face
    A brand new day

    Its over
    Where will you go when the lights are low
    Its over
    Will you still feel me though I'm not there

    Now I'll be movin'
    I won't leave you a key
    I'm so near as our memory
    And that's all we need

    Our wait blows over
    Punks fade away
    As you sit by your window
    Holding tears at bay
    Its over
    Will you still feel me though I'm not there
    Its over
    Where will you go when the lights are low
    Its over
    What will you do when the nights are long
    Its over
    Its over for you and me.

    - Please anyone, correct the "Punk" part if that is not correct.

  12. Jan Erik Mellesdal

    Fantastic track! thanks for uploading, the song got a Styx feeling to it. I am a huge Rabin fan:)

  13. scdeville

    I truly like a great bunch of stuff of Rabin's output, but this sounds so generic and the gutar bridge is so similar to John Parr's Man In Motion that its akward.

    Tim Jackson

    scdeville maybe Parr stole that bridge from this song considering this was three years before Man in motion.

  14. cool...another dimension of YES

  15. Reijo Kiviniemi

    Great Cinema track!

  16. Ten True Summers

    Awful! There's 5 minutes of my life I won't get back. Rabin does not = Yes.

  17. Fernando Bolaños

    I Love the Led Zeppelin influence. Great track

  18. Atomic Elbow

    Bit of Anderson on there and this would be a spot on Yes track, I think. I already like it as it is, but it's not quite there. Still a cool little track. Loving the Queen influence.

  19. Rand Kelly

    I love this song. Can't even fathom why/who kept it off of 90125. Make It Easy should have been on it too.

    Flower Power

    @xavier martori vilardebó same

  20. Gary Stump Sr.

    That track did absolutely nothing for me.

  21. Joseph Yakalavich

    Should of been on the album great song.......

  22. trfesok

    Another demo from the CInema sessions. It took Jon Anderson coming back to turn stuff like this into Yes music. Trevor Rabin is a very talented musician, but this stuff is ratther generic 80's rock, with the exception of the Queen-like vocal harmonies on the chorus. I put this in my "Yes studio" playlist. Thanks for the upload!

  23. clmes43

    If someone comes there after me, d'you know a place where we can find the full lyrics of this song ?

    mvunit3

    I tried adding the lyrics to musixmatch and genius (Feb 2018), but I have questions about 1 line in the song:

    Baby you'll need a replacement
    Baby i'm moving on
    I've been in one place far too long
    Its time that I was gone
    I know I said when we started
    Time would ease along
    We were on a road to nowhere
    Speed of sound

    Our wait blows over
    Punks fade away(?)
    As you sit by your window
    Holding tears at bay
    Its over
    Will you still feel me though I'm not there
    Its over
    Where will you go when the lights are low
    Its over
    What will you do when the nights are long
    Its over
    Its over for you and me

    I've come to tell you
    Something I need to say
    Its been coming for sometime
    Never happened today

    All those times I loved you
    I really loved you
    We need a new face
    A brand new day

    Its over
    Where will you go when the lights are low
    Its over
    Will you still feel me though I'm not there

    Now I'll be movin'
    I won't leave you a key
    I'm so near as our memory
    And that's all we need

    Our wait blows over
    Punks fade away
    As you sit by your window
    Holding tears at bay
    Its over
    Will you still feel me though I'm not there
    Its over
    Where will you go when the lights are low
    Its over
    What will you do when the nights are long
    Its over
    Its over for you and me.

    - Please anyone, correct the "Punk" part if that is not correct.

  24. BestSong Evah

    NLE huh

    scratches

    /watch?v=BmUQA3c8CiI

  25. Sam Roads

    Shut up and take my money! I'd buy that album.

  26. DrTomoculus

    One day ;)

  27. JackQuickMusic

    Good song, demo quality production.

  28. mark jackson

    yep lol i mean yes saw them live in 84 luv this band

  29. hypemall

    It should have been another (great) band, Cinema not Yes. The stuff is not Yes, it's like Foreigner and Leppard's Pyromaina. It's a pity it's just two bonus tracks...

  30. adamodimattia

    they did good by not including it originally

  31. Incomplete6230

    Utter Rubbish!

  32. Daiyu Hurst

    It's true, this isn't Yes, it's Cinema, the working name of the band before they invited Jon Anderson back. Two Cinema tunes, "It Can Happen" (which was redone for 90125) and "Make It Easy" appeared on the Yes boxed set from back in 1991.

  33. Jose T

    Very cool song. I totally agree with the top comments here.
    One day..... One day Rabin will get the recognition he deserves.

  34. apachekeith

    Sure glad this song wasn't on the original 90215 album.
    It just doesn't flow with the rest of the album IMO.

  35. George H.

    @ifixmixers ...AND Fly From Here,don't forget that one,although with moving, I've yet to hear the whole thing.

  36. ifixmixers

    @neechee5150
    I must be more behind in my fan subscription readings than I thought, I was.. thanks for correcting me!

  37. neechee5150

    @ifixmixers Wrong-Anderson does not sing on Fly From Here as well. Beniot is the lead singer for Yes at the present time. The only consistent person in the Yes line up from the very start to the present is Chris Squire.

  38. buminbeer2

    While I will agree on a few things, What is Yes is Chris Squire owned, period. Just because someone else sings, Rabin, Anderson, Horn, whoever, it is still Yes Owned. How you make into Yes is another story :) I'm the 70-80's yes guy myself, but all to their own...

  39. Marco Guccione

    There is something of great in this song but not perfectely developed. Thanks for sharing!

  40. Zaqq

    @pianomanal2000 it's Trevor Rabin, their guitarist on 90125.

  41. pianomanal2000

    first thing i notice is different singer

  42. sinfoneura

    esta era la maqueta del tema casi terminado..falto Jon nada mas..

  43. facesonmars

    sounds like Trevor jammin with Queen.

    Eduard Antoniu

    And also with the pop trio Genesis sometimes.

  44. sereno353

    @SgtZaqq YES is not Jon Anderson only, but Jon Anderson interprets songs like no other

  45. Zaqq

    @ifixmixers Chris Squier is on ALL albums. So in fact Yes is not Yes without him. But even if there would be at least one Yes member, it would be Yes.

  46. ifixmixers

    @Marco33185
    Jon Anderson is on every YES album but Drama, dude..

  47. Zaqq

    @Marco33185 YES in not Jon Anderson only.

  48. Zaqq

    @arweiss100 i also like Cinema version of "It Can Happen" and "Make It Easy" (another bonus track) from 90125

  49. Light50

    Thanks for sharing this! This should have been released on the original version of "90125". What a gem. Trevor's gorgeous vocals & soaring guitar, and his amazing songcraft & musicianship just make this song. I also think the "purist" Yes fans might be very interested in the authentic prog. structures, rhythms and chords & immense keys arrangement of this song..they would just love this.