Who Sang Sneaky Feelings? Elvis Costello

Elvis Costello My Aim Is True cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1977-7-22
Genre: Rock Pop
Style: New Wave/Rock & Roll
length: 2:11
producer: Nick Lowe
piano: Sean Hopper
vocal: Elvis Costello
background vocals: John Ciambotti, Sean Hopper and Nick Lowe
organ: Sean Hopper
guitar: John McFee and Elvis Costello
drums (drum set): MMicky Shine
electric bass guitar: John Ciambotti
Now, everybody's breakin' up somebody else's home
Before somebody else starts breaking up their own
I got you in my dreams, you should hear the things you say
It's not that it's so much fun, but it's safer that way

Sneaky feelings, sneaky feelings
You can't let those kind of feelings show
I'd like to get right through the way I feel for you
But I've still got a long way to go

Why don't we call it a day, and we can both confess
You can force me to use a little tenderness
White lies, alibis, now anything but say that it's true
Now we could sit like lovers, staring in each other's eyes
But the magic of the moment might become too much for you

Oh, I've still got a long way to go
Oh, I've still got a long way to go
(Repeat & Fade)

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Welcome to the Working Week
  • 2 Miracle Man
  • 3 No Dancing
  • 4 Blame It on Cain
  • 5 Alison
  • 6 Sneaky Feelings
  • 7 (The Angels Wanna Wear My) Red Shoes
  • 8 Less Than Zero
  • 9 Mystery Dance
  • 10 Pay It Back
  • 11 I’m Not Angry
  • 12 Waiting for the End of the World

  • Release information
    label: Stiff Records
    country(area): United Kingdom
    format: 12" Vinyl
    script: Latin