I Still Get Jealous
Joni James Lyrics


I still get jealous
When they look at you
I may not show it
But I do

It's more than I can bear
When they start to stare
Guess they think you're
Too good to be true
I still get jealous
When we kiss goodnight
Unless you hold me
Extra tight

And, dear, I know a secret
You didn't think I knew
I still get jealous
Cause it pleases you

I still get jealous when
We kiss, kiss goodnight
Unless you hold me
Extra tight

And, dear, I know a secret
You didn't think I knew
I still get jealous
Cause it pleases y-o-you
I still get jealous
Cause it pleases y-o-you
Yeah, I still get jealous
Cause it pleases you, yeah

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Comments from YouTube:

lateforbreakfast

Great band backing with an excellent drum beat, good to hear Joni is still singing just show if your talented and good at what you do you can stand the test of time.

CatsPjamas1

@Crockerish Joni is working on finishing two new albums and she still sings live on occasion.

MrGotsquashed

@CatsPjamas1 It's nice to hear of great success stories in music from musicians of the good ol' days!

mrob75

Hey CATS PJ....Here's a classic example of MGM moguls being nostalgic for their younger days of the 1940s and crafting this musical standard for 29-year-old "Joni"... I like the way she goes out with a BANG at the end...Very unlike her work. I'm wondering what Connie Francis might have done with this song putting a Jo-Ann Campbell spin on this....Might have climbed higher for Connie for this was the era when Connie could do no wrong.

Midnight Story Productions

I like them both. Connie had that waling, whining type of voice. I think Joni had a more traditional voice. I'm 44 and heard these from my parents. Been hooked since.

mrob75

exactly!....Reminds me when the early 70s were nostalgic for the rock 'n roll years of the 1950s.

CatsPjamas1

I think it's quite likely that Joni's later hits like this one, and There Goes My Heart were inspired by Connie Francis's success with old standards around this time. For a period, it became trendy to record old hits with a new '50's rockaballad beat after "Who's Sorry Now" took off like a rocket. Great times and great music!

Robert Grant

She had such a nice voice,where is she today?

richard reese

Ms. James should get jealous of all the gals who can carry a tune.

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