How Ya Doin'?

Album: DNA (2012)
Charted: 16
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  • Hey, how ya doin'? Sorry you can't get through
    Why don't you leave your name and your number?
    I will get back to you (ooh)

    Ain't got no time for what you think can be described as love
    I've cut your hold on me, you're missing me, I've had enough
    It's been so long since you have treated me like I deserved

    So long, baby, I'm gone
    You can leave a message for me after the tone

    You called, I missed it
    You called, I missed it,
    You called, and I missed it,
    Never get back in, tired of listenin'

    Hey, how ya doin'? Sorry you can't get through
    Why don't you leave your name and your number?
    I will get back to you

    I'm through will wish the things with you and me could be so good
    Time to wake up or no make-ups can't make me a fool
    Too much history, now it comes down to one thing

    So long, baby, I'm gone
    you can leave a message for me after the tone (oh!)

    You called, I missed it
    You called, I missed it,
    You called, and I missed it,
    Never get back in, tired of listenin'

    Hey, how ya doin'? Sorry you can't get through
    Why don't you leave your name and your number (number)?
    I will get back to you (will get back to you)

    Ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah

    You called, I missed it
    You called, I missed it
    You called, and I missed it
    Never get back in, tired of listenin' (no!)

    Hey, how ya doin'? Sorry you can't get through
    Why don't you leave your name and your number (number)?
    I will get back to you (hey, yeah!)

    Hey, how ya doin'? Sorry you can't get through (sorry you can't get through)
    Why don't you leave your name and your number?
    I will get back to you (will get back to you)

    (Never get back, never gonna get back) Ah, ah, ah
    (Never get back, never gonna get back) Number
    (Never get back, never gonna get back) Ah, ah, ah
    (Never get back, never gonna get back) Number

    Never get back to you

    (The number you have dialed has been changed) Writer/s: Ben Volpeliere-Pierrot, Darren Emilio Lewis, Glenn Francis Skinner, Iyiola Babatunde Babalola, Jade Amelia Thirlwall, James Stanley Carter, Jesy Nelson, Julian Godfrey Brookhouse, Leigh Anne Pinnock, Michael John Mcevoy, Miguel Drummond, Nicholas Bernard
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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