"Lost Weekend" as written by Eddie Argos, Michael Breyer, Jasper Fulcher, Friederike Siepe and Ian Stuart Wilson....
Stumbling from one club to another
My friends and I all lost each other
I didn’t want this weekend to be over
Standing at the cashpoint trying to look sober
That's when I saw, that's when I saw you
Stood in the middle of the very long que

It was a lost weekend
We turned our phones off, ignored our friends
I felt my knees weaken, I thought I'd never see you again

I'm sorry if I embarassed you
By saying something stupid like I love you
I'm sorry if I embarassed you
By saying something stupid like I love you

It was a lost weekend
We took our clothes off and made no sense
I found my knees weaken, I threw myself in in the deep end

Sorry if I embarassed you
By saying something stupid like I love you
I'm sorry if I embarassed you
By saying something stupid like I love you
It was a lost weekend

I knew a shortcut and I showed you how
I hold your hand to take you through the crowd
Danced to a song that I still don’t know
It was late I was drunk it was the radio
Oh yeah

I wish you could’ve stayed forever with me
But the people in the chip shop they asked us to leave
I remember when I asked you for your number
Your hands up underneath my jumper
And over, and over, and over

It was a lost weekend
We turned our phones off, ignored our friends
I felt my knees weaken, I thought I'd never see you again

I'm sorry if I embarassed you
By saying something stupid like I love you
Sorry if I embarassed you
By saying something stupid like I love you

It was a lost weekend
It was a lost weekend
It was a lost weekend
It was a lost weekend

Lost weekend
Lost weekend
Lost weekend
Lost weekend


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    General Comment"By saying something stupid like 'I love you'" is a reference to the C. Carson Parks song "Somethin' Stupid" best known as sung by Frank and Nancy Sinatra.
    king444on July 29, 2013   Link

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