Do You Feel What I Feel?
by JLS

Album: Jukebox (2011)
Charted: 16
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  • The third single by English boy band JLS, from their third studio album, Jukebox samples Bing Crosby's 1963 classic festive hit "Do You Hear What I Hear?." In an interview with Capital FM, JLS's Marvin Humes insisted that their track is not a Christmas song. "It's very difficult to explain," he said. "It's called 'Do You Feel What I Feel' and we kind of use a tiny bit of 'Do You Hear What I Hear' from Bing Crosby's classic Christmas song, but it's not a Christmas song. You'll kind of get what we mean when you hear it."
  • The song was co-written and produced by Julian Bunetta, who has previously worked with the X-Factor winners Leona Lewis and Alexandra Burke. The other co-writers were Canadian country singer and songwriter Tebey Ottoh, who also co-penned Pixie Lott's UK chart-topper "All About Tonight" and John Ryan.
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