Jasmine Thompson – Love For The Lonely Lyrics | Video

Lyrics Love For The Lonely – Jasmine Thompson

When we lie in bed with our eyes shut
Body to body as we touch
You could be anyone
You could be somebody else

And when all the lights are turned down low
All you become is a shadow
And you could be anyone
You could be somebody else

And I’m ashamed baby
‘Cause I’ve been in pain lately
Oh, and I don’t know why
I’m staying the night
I should be leaving
‘Cause I don’t even believe it
But I need you tonight

This is love for the lonely
The one where you never know me
‘Cause I’m unbreakable, oh, oh
And you could be anyone, oh, oh

This is love for the lonely
The one where you never know me
‘Cause it’s replaceable, oh, oh
And you could be anyone, oh, oh, oh, oh

We only talk when you’re wasted
You always claim I’m complacent
I swear, it’s nothing that you’ve done
It’s just that I start feeling numb

But I said I love you ’cause I love the feeling
Of having somebody to keep my heart beating
And you could be anyone
You could be somebody else

And I’m ashamed baby
‘Cause I’ve been in pain lately
Oh, and I don’t know why
I’m staying the night
I should be leaving
‘Cause I don’t even believe it
But I need you tonight

This is love for the lonely
The one where you never know me
‘Cause I’m unbreakable, oh, oh
And you could be anyone, oh, oh

This is love for the lonely
The one where you never know me
‘Cause it’s replaceable, oh, oh
And you could be anyone, oh, oh
You could be anyone

Oh, oh-oh-oh, oh, oh-oh-oh..②
You could be anyone
Oh, oh-oh-oh, oh, oh-oh-oh
This is loνe for the lonely, oh, oh
And you could be anyone
Oh, oh-oh-oh, oh, oh-oh-oh

This is love for the lonely
The one where you never know me
‘Cause I’m unbreakable, oh, oh
And you could be anyone, oh, oh

This is love for the lonely
The one where you never know me
‘Cause it’s replaceable, oh, oh
And you could be anyone, oh, oh
You could be anyone, oh-oh-oh

And you could be anyone…

➤ Written by Jasmine Thompson, Nina Nesbitt & Jordan Riley
Produced by Ollie Green
Jasmine Thompson | 2020

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