Just Between You and Me
The Chordettes Lyrics


Sitting in the sand
We were holding hands.
You whispered I love you
Just between you and me

Everyone had gone
We stayed on and on
Vowing to be lovers
Just between you and me
I won't tell my mother
I won't tell my brother
They don't think that we're of age
No congratulations, until graduation
Then we'll turn life's page

'Til we tell the world
We will both agree
It's our little secret
Just between you and me

Just between you and me
Just between you and me
Just between you and me

Lyrics © Downtown Music Publishing
Written by: JACK CLEMENT

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Britischen Adligen

Sitting in the sand
We were holding hands
You whispered I love you
Just between you and me

Everyone had gone
We stayed on and on
Vowing to be lovers
Just between you and me

I won't tell my mother
I won't tell my brother
They don't think that we're of age
No congratulations, until graduation
Then we'll turn life's page

'Til we tell the world
We will both agree
It's our little secret
Just between you and me

Just between you and me
Just between you and me
Just between you and me



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Britischen Adligen

Sitting in the sand
We were holding hands
You whispered I love you
Just between you and me

Everyone had gone
We stayed on and on
Vowing to be lovers
Just between you and me

I won't tell my mother
I won't tell my brother
They don't think that we're of age
No congratulations, until graduation
Then we'll turn life's page

'Til we tell the world
We will both agree
It's our little secret
Just between you and me

Just between you and me
Just between you and me
Just between you and me

Imani M

This is adorable <3 heard it on the Sirius oldies station the other day and had to come look it up. I already loved the Chordettes anyway!

Mr. Jacobs

Listened to this song playing on an old radio in the middle of the woods my buddy and I found in the middle of nowhere

Michael Webb

Hearing this makes me feel like I'm living in the 1950s--back when people had more respect and knew how to behave.  Bring the 1950s back!

Francisco Banuelos

Thats true

Emanating Faucet

@Michael Webb The 50's may have been a fancy, Somewhat peaceful time. But that doesn't mean it was all Nice & pleasant for the most, people that were below Working or upper class. It was Lovely when there were Bright minds & Respect just like any Point/s in time can be.
The Streets, Hoodlife & Crime have always been around. They're inevitable in such a poorly controlled, biased, Socially disconnected Society that values materialism & profits over Trust & our Oceans & the Ecosystem.
It's about what you do with those environments, How they're portrayed to people who don't Live in it & what Vibrations & Positive or proactive messages you choose to spread.


Remember;... In this World, you only see, what some others want you to see. Though I totally agree with what your saying I don't believe it's always the Decade that makes a Time feel the way it is but the mindset & Spirit that you approach & look at it wid.
Enjoy good music.

sauquoit13456

On this day in 1957 {October 8th} the Chordettes were guests on the Dick Clark ABC-TV weekday-afternoon program 'American Bandstand'*...
At the time their "Just Between You and Me" was at #19 on Billboard's Top 100 chart, just over two weeks earlier on Sept. 15th it peaked at #8 {for 1 week} on Billboard's Most Played by Jockeys chart and it spent 15 weeks on the Top 100...
Between 1954 and 1961 the Wisconsin quartet had thirteen records on the Top 100 chart, four made the Top 10 with one reaching #1, "Mr. Sandman", and on December 12th, 1954 it was at #1 {for 2 weeks} on Billboard's Best Sellers in Stores, Most Played by Jockeys, and Most Played on Jukesboxes charts...
Besides "Mr. Sandman", their three other Top 10 records were "Born to Be With You" {#5 in 1956}, the above "Just Between You and Me", and "Lollipop" {#2 for 1 week in 1958}...
The week "Lollipop" was at #2, the #1 record for that week was "Tequila" by the Champs...
* Just the day before on October 7th the quartet appeared on 'America Bandstand Prime Time', the program was at 7:30 on Monday evenings, wasn't very popular and last for only 13 episodes...

Steven Davis

This was a favorite of my late girlfriend in the 1950s and 1960s

Ned Skiff

My first summer in Ft. Lauderdale.Thanks Nancy and Linda!!!

sauquoit13456

Lynn Evans Mand, the lead singer of the vocal harmony group the Chordettes, passed away on February 6th, 2020 at the age of 95...
She joined the group in 1952 when their lead singer could not make a show in Mand’s hometown of Youngstown, Ohio. She was asked to step in and was invited to join the group. After the Chordettes disbanded in the 1960s, Mand moved to Long Island and became a special education teacher...
Between 1954 and 1961 the quartet had thirteen records on the Top 100 chart, four made the Top 10 with one reaching #1, "Mr. Sandman", for 2 weeks on Billboard's Best Sellers in Stores, Most Played by Jockeys, and Most Played on Juke Boxes charts...
Besides "Mr. Sandman", their three other Top 10 records were "Born to Be With You" {#5 in 1956}, "Just Between You and Me" {#8 in 1957}, and "Lollipop"* {#2 for 1 week in 1958}...
May Ms. Mand R.I.P.
* The week "Lollipop" was at #2, the #1 record for that week was "Tequila" by the Champs...

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