It's Over (single)

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Name It's Over
Release 24 January 2020
Total Length 2:52
Recorded Fall 2018
Writer/composer Roy Orbison/Bill Dees
Producer Joe Chiccarelli
Art work Robert Mitchum still from "Lusty Men" (1952)
Vinyl Etching No matrix message
Publisher Étienne / BMG
Format(s) Digital Download, 7" Blue Vinyl
Chart position UK Vinyl Chart #1
Single chronology
Bobby, Don't You Think They Know?
It's Over
Honey, You Know Where To Find Me


Backing vocals: LP.

Track list

7" Vinyl

UK - [Étienne ‎– 538559871]

  1. It's Over – 2:52 (Bill Dees, Roy Orbison)
  2. It Happens Every Time – 2:00 (Tim Buckley)


Your baby doesn't love you anymore Golden days before they end Whisper secrets to the wind Your baby won't be near you any more

Tender nights before they fly Send falling stars that seem to cry Your baby doesn't want you anymore It's over

It breaks your heart in two, To know she's been untrue But oh what will you do? Then she said to you There's someone new We're through We're through It's over It's over It's over

All the rainbows in the sky Start to weep, then say goodbye You won't be seeing rainbows any more Setting suns before they fall, Echo to you that's all that's all But you'll see lonely sunset after all

It's over It's over It's over It's over

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Live History

Play count (Morrissey concert): 0

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Discogs Information


  • Mixed By - Ken Sluiter
  • Producer - Joe Chiccarelli


Slated for a 10th January 2020 release by online retailers Signed copies were also sold at the merch stand for Viva Moz Vegas concerts in Caesars Palace , Las Vegas 2021.


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Wikipedia Information

"It's Over" is an American song composed by Roy Orbison and Bill Dees and sung by Orbison. The single was produced by Fred Foster and engineered by Bill Porter."It's Over" typifies the operatic rock ballad. The song also appears on Orbison's 1964 album More of Roy Orbison's Greatest Hits and his 1989 posthumous album A Black & White Night Live from the 1988 HBO television special. Billboard said of the song that "the drama-ballad king scores again with pathos and chorus and strings that build, build, build." Cash Box described it as "a throbbing, martial beat-like lover's lament that once again builds to a big finish" and praised the instrumental arrangement by Bill Justis.