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"Somebody Else's Guy" is a song written and popularized by Jocelyn Brown in April 1984. In 1997, the song was covered by musician CeCe Peniston for her studio album I'm Movin' On.

In 1998, it was released as a single to promote Peniston's greatest hits collection, The Best Of CeCe Peniston, an import compilation issued in 1998 only in Europe and Japan.

Both Brown in 1984, and Peniston in 1998 reached the same chart position on the UK Top 75, peaking at number thirteen. Coincidentally, Brown scored the highest in USA also at number thirteen.

The single reached a Top 10 position within the Track-Chart in UK, peaking at number six in February.

Credits and personnel

Additional credits notes

writers: CeCe Peniston, Felipe Delgado, E.L. Linnear
producer: Felipe Delgado
co-producer: Rodney K. Jackson
engineer: Eric Kupper
keyboards: Eric Kupper
programming: Eric Kupper
live bass: Eric Kupper
guitar: Eric Kupper
Hysteria Recording - recording studio





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