Jealous Again (The Black Crowes song)
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|Single by The Black Crowes|
|from the album Shake Your Money Maker|
|Writer(s)||Chris and Rich Robinson|
|The Black Crowes singles chronology|
"Jealous Again" is a song by American band The Black Crowes. It was the debut single of their 1990 debut album Shake Your Money Maker, reaching the 75th position on the Billboard Hot 100 and the 5th position on the Mainstream Rock charts.
A music video directed by Pete Angelus was shot to promote the single, and the song was included on the greatest hits compilation Greatest Hits 1990–1999: A Tribute to a Work in Progress. An acoustic rendition of the song is also featured on the band's latest, greatest hits-like Croweology album.
On July 30, 2008, the Black Crowes filed a lawsuit against country singer Gretchen Wilson, claiming that she infringed upon their copyright for the song "Jealous Again." The suit also included claims against her label, her publisher, and TNT, who is using the song in promotional commercials. They claim that Wilson copied the Crowes hit when she recorded "Work Hard, Play Harder."