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"Me and Mrs. Jones" is a 1972 soul song written by Kenny Gamble, Leon Huff, and Cary Gilbert, and originally recorded by Billy Paul. It describes an extramarital affair between a man and his lover, Mrs. Jones. In the song, following the opening mention of the title, the next line says: "We've got a thing going on". The singer meets Mrs Jones at the same place, at the same cafe at the same time, where they are holding hands and chatting. Both the singer and Mrs Jones acknowledge that what they are doing is wrong, and that they must be extra careful by keeping their secrets from each other. Me and Mrs. Jones è un singolo originariamente pubblicato dal cantante soul statunitense Billy Paul nel 1972. Il pezzo fu scritto da Kenny Gamble, Leon Huff e Cary Gilbert e raggiunse il primo posto nella classifica USA Billboard Hot 100, mantenendola per tre settimane nel dicembre 1972 ed il decimo nei Paesi Bassi. La canzone è incentrata sul rapporto extraconiugale fra un uomo (il cantante) e una donna sposata, la Mrs. Jones del titolo. Me and Mrs. Jones ist ein Song der amerikanischen Songwriter Kenny Gamble, Leon Huff und Cary Gilbert. Er wurde erstmals 1972 von Billy Paul eingesungen und entwickelte sich zu einem Klassiker des Philadelphia Soul, der von zahlreichen anderen Künstlern gecovert wurde. Me and Mrs. Jones Me and Mrs. Jones est une chanson soul de 1972 écrite par Kenny Gamble, Leon Huff, et Cary Gilbert, initialement enregistrée par Billy Paul. La chanson raconte une aventure extraconjugale entre un homme et son amante, Mrs. Jones. Elle a permis à Billy Paul de remporter un Grammy Award.
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Me and Mrs. Jones è un singolo originariamente pubblicato dal cantante soul statunitense Billy Paul nel 1972. Il pezzo fu scritto da Kenny Gamble, Leon Huff e Cary Gilbert e raggiunse il primo posto nella classifica USA Billboard Hot 100, mantenendola per tre settimane nel dicembre 1972 ed il decimo nei Paesi Bassi. La canzone è incentrata sul rapporto extraconiugale fra un uomo (il cantante) e una donna sposata, la Mrs. Jones del titolo. Visto il notevole successo che il singolo ebbe, numerosi artisti ne effettuarono delle cover; fra di essi vi sono Curtis Mayfield, Al Green, Michael Bublé e Sarah Jane Morris. Anche il cantante Hip Hop Coolio incise una propria versione del singolo, contenuta nell'album Gangsta's Paradise ma intitolata A Thing Goin' On. La canzone appare anche in una puntata della serie TV statunitense Scrubs, nella quale il personaggio di Christopher Turk ne canta il ritornello per la gioia della sua fidanzata, Carla. Me and Mrs. Jones Me and Mrs. Jones est une chanson soul de 1972 écrite par Kenny Gamble, Leon Huff, et Cary Gilbert, initialement enregistrée par Billy Paul. La chanson raconte une aventure extraconjugale entre un homme et son amante, Mrs. Jones. Elle a permis à Billy Paul de remporter un Grammy Award. Me and Mrs. Jones ist ein Song der amerikanischen Songwriter Kenny Gamble, Leon Huff und Cary Gilbert. Er wurde erstmals 1972 von Billy Paul eingesungen und entwickelte sich zu einem Klassiker des Philadelphia Soul, der von zahlreichen anderen Künstlern gecovert wurde. "Me and Mrs. Jones" is a 1972 soul song written by Kenny Gamble, Leon Huff, and Cary Gilbert, and originally recorded by Billy Paul. It describes an extramarital affair between a man and his lover, Mrs. Jones. In the song, following the opening mention of the title, the next line says: "We've got a thing going on". The singer meets Mrs Jones at the same place, at the same cafe at the same time, where they are holding hands and chatting. Both the singer and Mrs Jones acknowledge that what they are doing is wrong, and that they must be extra careful by keeping their secrets from each other.
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