Too Good To Lose


  • The second single from Heaven finds Ferguson singing about a guy that she's met, claiming that the signs that she isn't interested in him aren't as they seem. "Hey, I lost my phone," she croons. "It must have fallen out in the street. Maybe you called and I didn't pick up, and if you wondered that's all it means."
  • This is one of five tracks on Heaven that Ferguson co-wrote with British songwriter Eg White, whose other credits also include Will Young's Ivor Novello winning hit "Leave Right Now" and Adele's international smash, "Chasing Pavements." Ferguson recalled to Artist Direct: "When I first went in to work with Eg White, he played me this song. At the time, it was just a melody. It was a few lyrics and a really good drum beat. He wasn't sure of it at the time. I kept asking him to work on it though. In the end, we had time and we worked on it. It was about when you meet someone, and you just can't stop thinking about them. It's those first moments of meeting somebody and letting them know they mean a lot to you. It was one of the songs we had a lot of fun writing and producing. Out of the album, we spent the most time on that track because we wanted to get it just right. It's one of my favorites to listen to as well."
  • The song's music video was shot in Los Angeles and features Ferguson walking through the main strip of Venice Beach, past a string of distinctive characters. It corresponds with the song's message that all that is good cannot be lost.


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