The 'Call My Name' singer sent two cryptic tweets this morning (May 28) along with the hashtag #GhettoBaby, seemingly confirming that the words are from the track of the same name on her forthcoming third solo album.
She wrote: "I'm not a trick boy I'm a trick for you,you give me butterflies heart skipping 1,2 I know your sick boy I wanna get the flu (sic)...
"I'm running temperatures thinking of your love boo.. #ghettobaby."
Cole also used Twitter to post the words of an unknown new song back in February and to unleash a Twitter rap in response to fake 'Call My Name' lyrics ahead of the single's release.
The Girls Aloud star previously unveiled the song 'Love Killer' and saw her tracks 'Telescope' and 'Make You Go' leak online.
However, the last song was absent from the tracklisting of A Million Lights, which was unveiled on Thursday (May 24) along with the LP's artwork.
A Million Lights will be released on June 18.
Watch the video for Cheryl Cole's 'Call My Name' below: