My Number

Album: Holy Fire (2013)
Charted: 23
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  • You don't have my number
    We don't need each other now
    We don't need the city
    The creed or the culture now

    'Cause I feel, well, I feel alive
    I feel, well, I feel alive
    I feel the streets are not pulling me down

    So people of the city
    I don't need your counsel now
    And I don't need your good advice
    'Cause you don't have my lover's touch

    You don't have my number
    We don't need each other now
    The creed or the culture
    We can move beyond it now

    Now the wolves is knocking at my door
    Bang, bang, it asks for more
    Stand here we stand tall
    We could move beyond these walls

    And I don't need your counsel
    And I don't need these city streets
    And I don't need that good advice
    'Cause we can move beyond it now

    You don't have my number
    We don't need any trouble now
    The creed or the culture
    You don't have my lover's touch

    'Cause I feel, well, I feel alive
    I feel, well, I feel alive
    I feel the streets are not far from here

    Can you even hear me?
    Do you even know my name?
    Can we see the ocean there?
    (You don't have my lover's touch)

    You don't have my number
    You don't have my number now
    I wonder, can you hear me? (You don't have my number)
    And are you even listening now? (You don't have my number)

    'Cause you don't have my number
    And we don't need each other now
    No, you can't steal my thunder
    'Cause you don't have my lover's touch

    You don't have my number
    And I don't need no one now
    And I don't need these city streets
    The creed or the culture now

    Ooh, now
    Ooh
    Ooh, now
    Ooh
    Hey Writer/s: Jack Bevan, James Smith, Walter Gervers, Yannis Philippakis
    Publisher: Peermusic Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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