Adam Levine wrote a ton of great songs with Maroon 5, but he forgot the words to one of his band’s famous hits. This caused a bit of an embarrassing moment on stage, but Levine is also a true professional and he copped to it.

Levine lost it while performing Thursday night in Milwaukee at the American Family Insurance Amphitheater. In the middle of “She Will Be Loved,” he spaced on the order of verses. That 2002 smash hit from “Songs About Jane” is in the hearts and minds of millions of fans, but the words escaped the song’s author.

Adam realized that he mistakenly sang the second verse first, an understandably common mistake in rehearsal, but not so much when it matters live. He ignored the mess up and carried on, and then he had to stop.

“I f*cked up,” Levine had to admit to the crowd. This was followed by him admitting that was the first time he ever botched his famous chart-topping love song.

Mistakes happen for everyone, because nobody is perfect, no matter how hard we try. At least Adam Levine was able to admit his mistake. We forgive him for this one, because it’s not like the band has been playing a ton of concerts over the past year through the pandemic.

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