Pam Tillis performs "When You Walk in The Room"

"When You Walk in the Room" is a song written and recorded by Jackie DeShannon, released as a single on November 23, 1963 as the B-Side to "Till You Say You'll Be Mine".


It was re-released as an A-side in September 1964, and later included on the album Breakin' It Up on the Beatles Tour. The single charted on the US Billboard Hot 100, peaking at #99.The song has since been covered by many other artists.


In 1994, country music artist Pam Tillis recorded a version for her album Sweetheart's Dance. It was released as a single, peaking at #2 on the US Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. It was accompanied by a music video (featuring Dick Clark), and depicting Tillis in a mid-1960s appearance on American Bandstand.


Pam Tillis - When You Walk in The Room Lyrics


I can feel a new expression on my face

I can feel a glowing sensation taking place

I can hear the guitars playin' lovely tunes

Every time that you walk in the room

I close my eyes for a second and pretend it's me you want

Meanwhile I try to act so nonchalant

I feel a summer's night with a magic moon

Every time that you walk in the room

Baby it's a dream come true

Standin' right along side of you

Wish I could show you how much I care

But I only have the nerve to stare

I can feel a something pounding in my brain

Just any time that someone speaks your name

Trumpets sound I hear thunder boom

Every time that you walk in the room

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