That Same Old Feeling

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"That Same Old Feeling"
Single by Pickettywitch
B-side "Maybe We've Been Loving Too Long"
Released 1970
Format 7"
Genre Pop
Length 3:02
Label Pye 7N 17887, (UK)
Janus J-118, (US)
Writer(s) John Macleod and Tony Macaulay
Producer(s) John Macleod)

"That Same Old Feeling" was a hit for Pickettywitch in 1970, an English band that was fronted by Polly Browne. It climbed to number 5 in the UK[1] and just made the top 40 on US Cashbox top 100.[2] It charted at number 67 on the Billboard Hot 100. It was written by John Macleod and Tony Macaulay. John Macleod also produced the song.[3]

It was recorded by English soul band The Foundations and appeared on their 1969 Digging The Foundations album.[4] The Fortunes, in competition with the Foundations, recorded and released a version as well, which charted in the United States in 1970, peaking at No. 62.

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