Don't Call Me
Lyrics The Swon Brothers

Written by: Jordan Reynolds, Robyn Blakie Collins

Produced by: Brad Hill

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Why'd you let me pay the band
To play our favorite song again?
Why'd you let me kiss your lips
Let me think I had a chance?
Why'd you let me pick you up
Just to leave the scent of your perfume in my truck?
Why'd you wait to say what you said
'Til your second glass of red?

Don't call me
Cause we've been here before
Don't want me
If you don't want something more
Don't need me
When you're lonely at 3 AM
Asking me to come over again
So I can hold ya, already told ya
Can't do that anymore

If you're gonna go then go
Don't let my phone light up
I know you know I ain't strong enough
To keep myself from fallin'
Don't call me
Don't call me

Why'd you act so into me
Sneaking out like we were seventeen?
Why'd you let me have a first and last dance
And a hundred in-between?
Why'd you ask for promises that you knew you couldn't keep?
Why'd we make those front porch plans
If you knew it wasn't me?

Don't call me
Cause we've been here before
Don't want me
If you don't want something more
Don't need me
When you're lonely at 3 AM
Asking me to come over again
So I can hold ya, already told ya
Can't do that anymore

If you're gonna go then go
Don't let my phone light up
I know you know I ain't strong enough
To keep myself from fallin'
Don't call me

You know I'm gonna pick up the phone
We'll pick up where we left off

Don't call me
Don't call me

Don't call me
Cause we've been here before
Don't want me
If you don't want something more
Don't need me
When you're lonely at 3 AM
Asking me to come over again
So I can hold ya, already told ya
Can't do that anymore

If you're gonna go then go
Don't let my phone light up
I know you know I ain't strong enough
To keep myself from fallin'
Don't call me
Don't call me

Don't call me
Don't call me

Song facts

"It's a song we can all relate to. It's about finally getting to a point where you get over the things you need to get over, and you can move on with your life. I think it can represent people in a lot of different ways, and then it becomes much more than a song at that point." - Colton Swon

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