Mark McGrath Thinks Sugar Ray's Song Was Played For John McCain's Funeral Procession

Ole Mark… you simple, simple man. Mark McGrath is kind of an old so I could see how he could be tricked by the slick ways of the internet. That part isnt really a surprise. Hell, most people his age are sharing russian-sourced news on Facebook on the daily but he hosts a show on the 90s at 9 so people forget that he’s actually 50 years old. He still has a jawline of a young man but his brain is a 50-year-old internet user. Now, that’s not to say that you are dumb if you are 50. It’s just saying that you’re more likely to get tricked on the internet. Those are the facts.

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Getting tricked notwithstanding, Mark McGrath saying he wrote “When It’s Over” for moments like this is laugh out loud funny. Can you imagine younger McGrath sitting around an old coffee table and thumbing on his guitar and thinking to himself, “One day, John McCain will die. On that day, I hope they play this song as they walk him out of his beloved state of Arizona one last time. When it’s over…”

When it’s over
That’s the time I fall in love again
And when it’s over
That’s the time you’re in my heart again
And when you go go go go
I know, it never ends, never ends
All the things that I used to say
All the words that got in the way
All the things that I used to know
Have gone out the window
All the things that she used to bring
All the songs she used to sing
All the favorite TV shows
Have gone out the window
I’m missing you
I never knew how much she’d loved me
I’m missing you
I never knew how much you meant to me
I need you and when you go go go go
I know, it never ends, never ends

Beautiful. Here’s the acoustic version. It’s more classy.