James Blunt – Lose My Number (Music Video)

Lyrics to “Lose My Number” performed by James Blunt

Did you forget to call me
Oh baby, did you lose my number
Don’t tell me that you’re sorry
Whose covers are you sleeping under

I was just across the street
And I just wanted to reach out
Thinking we could get together
And I didn’t mean to stalk you
But I saw that guy you talked to
Everybody knows I’m jealous

And I know it’s not all about me
I know that you don’t come easily
But you reach from the stars and it’s worth it
If you’re gonna act like we’re just friends
Throw away the messages I sent
If you’re playing a game, then it’s workin’

Did you forget to call me
Oh baby, did you lose my number
(Did you lose my number)
Don’t tell me that you’re sorry
Whose covers are you sleeping under

You know I just want someone that I can love
Someone that I can love
Someone that I can love
Can love
Did you forget to call me
Oh baby, did you lose my number
(Did you lose my number)

And I really thought you liked me
Since you did invite me
And your modern friends to hang out
Then I guess what hurts the most is
I know I’ve just been ghosted
Who knew you could be so callous

Did you forget to call me
Oh baby, did you lose my number
(Did you lose my number)
Don’t tell me that you’re sorry
Whose covers are you sleeping under

You know I just want someone that I can love
Someone that I can love
Someone that I can love
Can love
You know I just want someone that I can love
Someone that I can love
Someone that I can love
Can love

Did you forget to call me
Oh baby, did you lose my number
(Did you lose my number)
Did you forget to call me
Did you forget to call me

I was just across the street
And I just wanted to reach out
Thinking we could get together

You know I just want someone that I can love
Someone that I can love
Someone that I can love
Can love

You know I just want someone that I can love
Someone that I can love
Someone that I can love
Can love
Did you forget to call me…

➤ Album: The Afterlove
Produced by Ryan Tedder & Zach Skelton
James Blunt 2017