That Same Old Feeling" is the title of a pop song composed by John Macleod and Tony Macaulay which in 1970 was a Top Ten UK hit for Pickettywitch, an English band fronted by Polly Brown. In the US the Pickettywitch single vied with a rival version by The Fortunes, with both versions scoring well-enough regionally to reach the Top 70 of the Hot 100, the national hit parade maintained by Billboard magazine.
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Same Old Feeling Lyrics. When every touch between us Brought a lightning flash in the dark. Baby won't you wait, just a minute now Before you go, turning away Don't you know, what the two of us Might just throw away 'Cause we got tonight And the same old feeling again. And we got the night And the same old feeling again Don't say no Though it's a game we never win We always ran against the wind Love we made yesterday Leads every move we make And it takes us back to The same old feeling again.
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That Old Feeling" is a popular song about nostalgia written by Sammy Fain, with lyrics by Lew Brown. It was published in 1937. The song first appeared in the movie Walter Wanger's Vogues of 1938, actually released in 1937. Sung there by Virginia Verrill, it was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Song in 1937 but lost out to "Sweet Leilani".
|A||That Same Old Feeling
Written By – Macaulay, Macleod
|B||Promises That You Never Keep
Written By – Bobbitt, May
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