"Over" is a song recorded by American singer Lindsay Lohan for her debut album, Speak (2004). It was written by Lohan alongside the song's producers John Shanks and Kara DioGuardi. According to Spence D. of IGN, "Over" begins like a song by The Cure, complete with a "mournful acoustic guitar" and a "haunting piano-tuned synth". He wrote that since the song was not penned by Robert Smith, "it quickly turns into a slow rocker in which Lohan returns to her 'can't live without you' love torn subject matter". Responding negatively to a majority of Speak, John Murphy of MusicOMH cited "Over" as being "actually rather good" and noted similarities between the song and the works of Michelle Branch.
In an interview with Ellen on March 28th, 2014 Lindsay told Ellen the song was about her break-up with Wilmer Valderrama