Morgan Evans, Kelsea Ballerini’s Ex Releases ‘Over For You’
Morgan Evans performed a new song seemingly inspired by his impending divorce from Kelsea Ballerini in his native Australia. A few short weeks ago, Morgan captivated his home country audience at CMC Rocks QLD Festival, where he debuted his brand new song “Over For You.” The studio version of the personal and vulnerable single is available everywhere and is being released as his new single.
Evans said in a press release, “I recorded this vocal on the same day we wrote the song. It was a difficult time in my life, and writing this helped me process a lot of what I was going through. I’d like to thank everyone that has reached out the last few weeks, both those with messages of support and those sharing their own stories.”
Fans couldn’t get enough of the emotional track, written by Evans, Madison Love, Geoff Warburton, and One Love. Uploads of the live performance had received hundreds of thousands of views on social media within the first few days following, prompting “Over For You – Live in Melbourne” to be recorded and released last week.
In the first verse, the song sings, “How long have you been waiting/ To take our pictures down / How long have you been breaking / Why I’m just finding out / It kills me to know / You were drifting alone / You don’t have to stay, no / But can I say before I go.”
The chorus sings, “I would have searched the whole world over for you / Took a flight, through the night / To be that shoulder for you / I would’ve let go if you wanted me too / How many times did you say you loved me / When it wasn’t true / I’m just wondering / How long as it been over for you.”