That Same Old Feeling" is the title of a pop song composed by John Macleod and Tony Macaulay which in 1970 was a Top Ten UK hit for Pickettywitch, an English band fronted by Polly Brown. In the US the Pickettywitch single vied with a rival version by The Fortunes, with both versions scoring well-enough regionally to reach the Top 70 of the Hot 100, the national hit parade maintained by Billboard magazine.
Sad Sad Sad. Written By – L. Sharon-K. A6. Today I Killed A Man I Didn't Know. Written-By – Roger Greenaway-Roger Cook.
That Same Old Feeling. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.Same Old Feeling, Sad, Sad, Sad (7", Single). United Artists Records.
I think it closed now The places we would go Still play the songs we used to know
That Same Old Feeling:The Fortunes. CHORUS: D G E Am I still get that same old feeling, tearing up this D D7 G telling me that maybe I'm, not really over you. D G E Am Am7 I still get the same old yearning, turning my heart inside out. D D7 G Love, there can't be any doubt, I'm still not over yo. Fade. A seventies smash from Kraziekhat.
THAT SAME OLD FEELING (John MacLeod, Tony Macaulay). Pickettywitch - 1970 The Fortunes - 1970 The Foundations - 1970 Liz Damon - 1971. I still get the same old feeling Tearing at this heart of mine Telling me that maybe I'm not really over you. I still get the same old yearning Turning my heart inside out Look there can't be any doubt I'm still. Contributed by Mel - July 2004).