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"Thinking About You" is the first single from Norah Jones' third solo album, Not Too Late (2007). Jones wrote "Thinking About You" in 1999 with Ilhan Ersahin, her then-bandmate in Wax Poetic. She said the song had "always been in the back of my mind", but she thought it was too much of a pop song for her and preferred if someone else were to record it. She recorded a version of it for her second album, Feels like Home (2004), but according to her it sounded "too country-rock". She "found a way to make it work" during the recording of Not Too Late.

CD single

Track listing

Europe
  1. "Thinking About You"
  2. "2 Men"
  3. "Wish I Could"

Commercial release

Released in the United States on December 5, 2006 (see 2006 in music), "Thinking About You" was one of the first songs by a major artist to be available for paid digital download in mp3 format. The single entered the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 at number eighty-two in early February 2007, becoming Jones's first chart entry since "Don't Know Why" (2002). It was also her first single to appear on the Pop 100 chart. It peaked at number seventy in Germanymarker.

The music video, directed by Ace Norton, was filmed on a soundstage at Steiner Studios in Brooklyn, New Yorkmarker with a cast of only eight people, including Jones. According to videostatic.com, it contains elements from some of Norton's previous videos — for Peter Walker's "What Do I Know" (the "within the within" effect), Death Cab for Cutie's "Someday You Will Be Loved" (the animated heart) and Death Cab for Cutie's "Crooked Teeth" (the Claymation). The video premiered on December 19, 2006.

Charts

Chart (2007) Peak

position
Austrian Singles Chart 61
Dutch Singles Chart 11
European Singles Chart 40
German Singles Chart Norah Jones' charts 70
Italian Singles Chart 5
Spanish Singles Chart 9
Swiss Singles Chart 51
U.S. Radio & Records Smooth Jazz Chart 7
U.S. Billboard Hot 100 82
U.S. Billboard Pop 100 83


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