When You Look Me in the Eyes

Album: Jonas Brothers (2007)
Charted: 25
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Songfacts®:

  • This power ballad was produced by John Fields, who is best known for producing Switchfoot's The Beautiful Letdown.
  • "When You Look Me in the Eyes" was originally included on Nick Jonas' solo album, which had a limited release in 2005. A modified version with slightly different lyrics was then recorded by the brothers for the Jonas Brothers album.

Comments: 7

  • Cass from Springer, NmThey write their own songs and play instruments. They wrote this song chick.
  • Mark from Londonderry, NhDakota, thats too funny. wat about..my parents put me through this cause theyre homophobes
  • Meredith from Rock Hill, ScI was listening to this durring a song at JA and my crush asked me to dance and every time i listen to it i think about him. at camp they played it and i started to cry because i missed him. He moved away. so now i am sad when i think about it. i get to go to their concert and i cant listen to it.
  • Rosse from K.lumpur, Malaysiai love this song.. Everytime i hear it i always thinking about my lover.. His the best.. I love Jonas Brothers.. And i love u Wan!
  • Kendall from Somehwere, FlBeautiful song.I told my ex-bf this was my song to him.everytime i hear it i think of him.
  • Shannon from Westport, CtThis is a very touching song. I love the Jonas Brothers.And Chris thats mean.
  • Dakota from York,AMEN! WHEN ARE THEY GONNA PUT OUT that hit "SPANK ME HARDER, BROTHER"? and that other one called "Nick we have to put our pants back on! Mother's home!"?
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