Say I Am (What I Am)

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"Say I Am (What I Am)"
Single by Tommy James and the Shondells
from the album Hanky Panky
A-side "Lots Of Pretty Girls"
Released 1966
Genre Rock
Length 2:37
Label Roulette Records 4695
Writer(s) Barbara Tomsco, George Tomsco
Tommy James and the Shondells singles chronology
"Hanky Panky"
(1966)
"Say I Am (What I Am)"
(1966)
"It's Only Love"
(1966)

"Say I Am (What I Am)" is a song written by Barbara and George Tomsco and was recorded by Tommy James and the Shondells for their 1966 album, Hanky Panky. The song reached #21 on The Billboard Hot 100 in 1966.[1] The song also reached #12 in Canada.

The Fireballs also released a version in 1966 that was the B-side to their song "Torquay Two."[2] Another cover of the song was also released in 1966 by Stu Mitchell & Doug Roberts in the Norman Petty's studios.[3]

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