Someone Should Tell You

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"Someone Should Tell You"
Lemar - Someone Should Tell You (CD1).jpg
Single by Lemar
from the album The Truth About Love
Released20 November 2006
Label Sony Music
Songwriter(s) Paul Barry
Steve Torch
Lemar Obika
Producer(s) Brian Rawling
Paul Meehan
Lemar singles chronology
"It's Not That Easy"
"Someone Should Tell You"
"Tick Tock"
Alternative cover
Lemar - Someone Should Tell You (CD2).jpg
CD: 2 cover

"Someone Should Tell You" was the second single taken from British R&B singer Lemar's third album The Truth About Love .


Before the single's release, "Someone Should Tell You" followed the success of "It's Not That Easy" in the UK airplay charts by climbing into the top 10, peaking at #10. The single also entered the UK top 75 at #59 on downloads alone, a week before the song's physical release on 20 November 2006. "Someone Should Tell You" climbed to #21 on its release and became Lemar's second single to miss the UK top 20, joint lowest with "Don't Give It Up" which also made #21 in 2005.

A vinyl release for "Someone Should Tell You" was intended but was later cancelled. [1]

Track listings

  1. "Someone Should Tell You"
  2. "Baby, I Love You"
  1. "Someone Should Tell You"
  2. "Someone Should Tell You" (Kardinal Beats Remix)
  3. "If There's Any Justice" (Live)
  4. "All I Ever Do (My Boo)" (Live)

Credits & Personnel


Chart (2006)Peak
European Hot 100 Singles 69
UK Singles (OCC) [2] 21

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  1. "Scheduled "Someone Should Tell You" vinyl release". Archived from the original on September 29, 2007.
  2. "Lemar: Artist Chart History". Official Charts Company.