Me and Mrs. Jones
is a 1972 soul song written by Kenny Gamble, Leon Huff, and Cary Gilbert, and originally recorded by Billy Paul. It describes an extramarital affair between a man and his lover, Mrs. Jones. In the song, the two meet in secret "every day at the same cafe", at 6:30, where they hold hands and talk. The two are caught in a quandary: "we both know that it's wrong/but it's much too strong/to let it go now".
The arrangement for brass band is by Richard Grantham.
|Title||Me And Mrs. Jones|
|Subtitle||As Performed By Michael Bublé|
|Composer||Kenneth Gamble/Gary Gilbert/Leon Huff|