Thinking About You

Album: Not Too Late (2006)
Charted: 82


  • This dates back to 1999, when Jones was in a band called Wax Poetic and wrote the song with band member Ilhan Ersahin. In the song, Jones reflects on the wonderful memories she had with someone, but realizes she must now let him go. It's a similar sentiment to the song "I Will Always Love You."
  • This was the first single from Not Too Late, which was Jones' third album. The song was one of the first by a major artist to be sold as a digital download as an MP3, which does not contain copy protection. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Bertrand - Paris, France

Comments: 3

  • AnonymousIs it looking for signs of leaving or looking for signs to lead me? I have seen both versions
  • Joyce from MichiganNeed the name of a song with the words/ If I can't take it with me, I just won't go
  • Fariha from Dhaka, --It's a great example of a simple song that's very touching. This is a song for any mood - Norah Jones is awesome!
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