Lover, You Should've Come Over is track #7 on Jeff Buckley's album Grace. It is believed to be a song about the ending of the relationship between Buckley and Rebecca Moore.
This is believed to be one of his most powerful and diverse efforts, with a jazzy, soulful and gospel-like tone to the song. In fact, during the song's climax ("It's Never Over,..."), you can hear gospel-like backing vocals, which in reality are…
Looking out the door
I see the rain fall upon the funeral mourners
Parading in a wake of sad relations
As their shoes fill up with water