I Think We're Alone Now (song)

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I Think We're Alone Now is a song written and composed by Ritchie Cordell that was the title selection from a same-named album released by Tommy James and the Shondells. "I Think We're Alone Now" was a 1967 US hit for James and the Shondells, reaching number 1 on the WLS Silver Dollar Survey for five weeks, starting on 24 February 1967, and number 8 for the entire year 1967.


"Children, behave" - That's what they say when we're together.
"And watch how you play" - They don't understand.
And so we're running just as fast as we can
Holding on to one another's hand. Trying to get away into the night
And then you put your arms around me as we tumble to the ground and then you say
I think we're alone now. There doesn't seem to be anyone around.
I think we're alone now.
The beating of our hearts is the only sound. ...

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