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Tiffany : "I Think We're Alone Now" Lyrics and Music Video

Tiffany - I Think We're Alone Now music video

Tiffany - I Think We're Alone Now lyrics

I Think We're Alone Now Live Performance by Tiffany 2011

"I Think We're Alone Now" lyrics
by Tiffany

Children behave
that's what they say when we're together

And watch how you play
they don't understand.

And so we're running just as fast as we can

Holding on to one another's hand.
Trying to get away into the night

And then you put your arms around me
and we stumbled to the ground

And then you say:
I think we're alone now
it doesn't seem to be anyone around.
I think we're alone now

the beating of our hearts is the only sound.

Look at the way
we gotta hide what we're doin'

'Cause what would they say if they ever knew?

And so we're running just as fast as we can. . .

I think we're alone now
it doesn't seem to be anyone around.
I think we're alone now

the beating of our hearts is the only sound.

Running just as fast as we can. . .

I think we're alone now

it doesn't seem to be anyone around. . . .
I think we're alone now

it doesn't seem to be anyone around. . . .
I think we're alone now

it doesn't seem to be anyone around. . . .
Tiffany - I Think We're Alone Now (image via wikipedia)
     "I Think We're Alone Now" was a 1967 hit for Tommy James & the Shondells, reaching #4 on the Billboard Hot 100 during a 17-week stay. The recording was produced by Ritchie Cordell and Bo Gentry.
     The song was re-popularized when American singer Tiffany covered the song for her first album Tiffany (1987). Tiffany's version of the song spent two weeks at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 (and was unusually followed on the top spot by another Tommy James & the Shondells cover, "Mony Mony" by Billy Idol) and three weeks at #1 on the UK Singles Chart. The video was shot in a shopping mall which echoed the way her early career had been promoted. Elements of the video were filmed in the now demolished Bullring Centre in BirminghamUK.
     When George Tobin, Tiffany's manager, gave Tiffany the cassette of the original version by Tommy James & the Shondells, Tiffany hated the idea of recording a version of her own for her album mostly because she thought the song wasn't modern or hip enough. It turned out to be her biggest hit once she recorded it.
     "I Think We're Alone Now" was not the first single off Tiffany's debut album. The first single was "Danny," but radio started picking up "I Think We're Alone Now," another track on the album. It became a runaway #1 hit and was the eighteenth highest selling single for 1987and the thirty-second highest selling single in Australia for 1988. (source: Wikipedia)