Lost

Album: Yet to be Titled (2020)
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  • I heard from a friend of a friend
    That you've been checking back in
    'Cause I said goodbye, moved overnight
    And you haven't heard much since then
    Wondering how I'm doing now
    It's none of your business first of all
    Wondering how I'm doing now
    But if you've got to know, well sure
    Well sure

    You think I'd be lost
    Think I'd be lost without you, lost
    Is it hard knowing you're wrong
    See I got lots without you
    Lots without you

    Great sex in the morning
    Sex in the morning
    Someone to hold me
    I got lots
    Stay out in the nighttime
    Out in the nighttime
    Have me a wild time
    I got lots

    You heard from a friend of a friend
    That I've been doing just fine, I
    You don't want me
    You just want me to keep wanting you
    All of the time
    But if you were wondering
    It's none of your business first of all
    Wondering how I'm doing now
    But if you've got to know, well sure
    Well sure

    You think I'd be lost
    Think I'd be lost without you, lost
    Is it hard knowing you're wrong
    See I got lots without you
    Lots without you

    Great sex in the morning
    Sex in the morning
    Someone to hold me
    I got lots
    Stay out in the nighttime
    Out in the nighttime
    Have me a wild time
    I got lots

    To be honest I think I dodged a bullet with you
    And I don't know how I didn't see it coming but woo

    Yea you got a God complex
    And now I'm thanking God you're my ex
    I hope you don't trip up on yourself

    If you think you're so hot go back to hell
    'Cause you think that I

    You think I'd be lost
    Think I'd be lost without you lost
    Is it hard knowing you're wrong
    See I got lots without you
    Lots without you

    Great sex in the morning
    Sex in the morning
    Someone to hold me
    I got lots
    Stay out in the nighttime
    Out in the nighttime
    Have me a wild time
    I got lots

    La, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la
    La, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la Writer/s: Casey Smith, Cher Lloyd, Hanni Ibrahim, James Matthew Norton, Patrick Patrikios, Raphaella Mazaheri-Asadi
    Publisher: DistroKid, Downtown Music Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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