It was released on April 16, , as the lead single from their fourth studio album, Overexposed It has received favorable reviews from music critics, who praised the catchy melody and named it "a radio success", but some others dismissed its title and Khalifa's appearance. The official music video was directed by Samuel Bayer , finds Levine taking down some bank robbers and attempting to become the "hero" in a hail of bullets as he makes his escape, steals a gun from a robber, and then gets mistaken for one.
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I'm at a payphone trying to call home All of my change I spent on you Where have the times gone? Baby, it's all wrong Where are the plans we made for two? Yeah, I, I know it's hard to remember The people we used to be It's even harder to picture That you're not here next to me You say it's too late to make it But is it too late to try? And in or time that you wasted All of our bridges burned down. I've wasted my nights You turned out the lights Now I'm paralyzed Still stuck in that time when we called it love But even the Sun sets in paradise. If happy ever after did exist I would still be holding you like this All those fairy tales are full of shit One more fucking love song, I'll be sick Ohh. You turned your back on tomorrow 'Cause you forgot yesterday I gave you my love to borrow But you just gave it away You can't expect me to be fine I don't expect you to care I know I've said it before But all of our bridges burned down. If "happy ever after" did exist I would still be holding you like this All those fairy tales are full of shit One more fucking love song, I'll be sick Now I'm at a payphone. Man, fuck that shit I'll be out spending all this money while you sitting round Wondering why it wasn't you who came up from nothing Made it from the bottom Now when you see me I'm stunning And all of my cars start with a push of a button Telling me the chances I blew up Or whatever you call it Switch the number to my phone So you never could call it Don't need my name on my show You can tell it I'm ballin'.
A payphone alternative spelling: pay phone is typically a coin-operated public telephone, often located in a telephone booth or in high-traffic outdoor areas, with pre-payment by inserting money usually coins or by billing a credit or debit card, or a telephone card. Prepaid calling cards also facilitate establishing a call by first calling the provided toll-free telephone number , entering the card account number and PIN, then the desired telephone number. By agreement with the landlord, either the phone company pays rent for the location and keeps the revenue, or the landlord pays rent for the phone and shares the revenue. Payphones are often found in public places to contribute to the notion of universal access to basic communication services. In the 20th century, payphones in some countries, such as Spain, used token coins , available for sale at a local retailer, to activate pay phones, instead of legal tender coins. In some cases, these were upgraded to use magnetic cards or credit card readers over the years.