|"You Give Me Something"|
|Single by James Morrison|
|from the album Undiscovered|
|Released||17 July 2006|
|Format||CD single, 7" single, digital download|
|Writer(s)||James Morrison, Eg White|
|James Morrison singles chronology|
"You Give Me Something" is the first single by English singer James Morrison, which was released on 16 July 2006. The song is featured on his debut album, Undiscovered, which was released on 31 July 2006. The song has been nominated for a BRIT Award in the category Best British Single Shortlist in 2007. It was a Single of the Week and was a free download for a week on iTunes.
When James Morrison was in New Zealand, and appeared on the New Zealand Idol show, the two finalists asked Morrison what the meaning behind the song was, and Morrison said that it was intended to be a "harsh love song". The lyrics mean that the protagonist of the song does not love the person as much as she loves him, but is willing to give the relationship a try.
The music video takes place in a studio where Morrison is seated in a chair, surrounded by microphones while singing and playing guitar. His backing orchestra plays behind curtains that show only their shadows. Watching him are a woman with a lollipop, a group of jump rope girls, and a group of showgirls.
A second version of the video was released in early 2007. It features Morrison performing the song for pedestrians in New York City's Chinatown. It was filmed on the corner of Lafayette Street and Canal Street. A New York University bus is briefly visible in the background. 
"You Give Me Something" remains James Morrison's most popular single. The song peaked at #5 on the UK Singles Chart, giving him his first Top 10 hit. It also made number one on the RIANZ New Zealand Singles Chart.
|RIANZ New Zealand Singles Chart||1|
|Netherlands Singles Chart||2|
|Swiss Singles Chart||4|
|UK Singles Chart||5|
|Australian Singles Chart||7|
|Belgian Singles Chart||7|
|Austrian Singles Chart||8|
|Spanish Singles Chart||9|
|Norwegian Singles Chart||10|
|Italian FIMI Singles Chart||13|
|Irish Singles Chart||14|
|Swedish Singles Chart||25|
|German Singles Chart||31|
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