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Stop worrying about that, it's water under the bridge so move on.
The earliest mention of ther term "water under the bridge " found has a French origin from the 1762 "Dictionnaire de l'Académie françoise", meaning the "Dictionary of French Academy".
A 1934 song titled "Water Under The Bridge" by Paul Francis Webster, created by Lew Pollack.
I'm not gonna try to defend, or undo what's been done. All I could say about whatever's been done, it's been done, and it's water under the bridge. I have no regrets of my life.
People who have lost relationships often wonder why they can't just let it be water under the bridge. It is water under the bridge - the trouble is we do not live on the bridge but in the river of life with its many twists and turns. 7 up, 3 down Grant