(It Happens) Sometimes

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"(It Happens) Sometimes"
Single by Jack Back
Released14 October 2018
Producer(s) David Guetta
Jack Back singles chronology
"(It Happens) Sometimes"

"(It Happens) Sometimes" is a song produced and recorded by David Guetta under the alias Jack Back, released as a single on 14 October 2018. Guetta had returned to using the Jack Back alias in September 2018. [1] The song was inspired by Bessie Jones' recording of her 1960 song "Sometimes" (and in turn inspired Moby's 1998 single "Honey"), but features new lyrics. [2] The track was not included on Guetta's 2018 Jack Back mixtape or album 7 .


The single became Guetta's twelfth number one (and his second under the Jack Back alias) on Billboard 's Dance Club Songs chart, reaching the summit in its 1 December 2018 issue. [3] [4]

Track listing

Digital download
1."(It Happens) Sometimes"6:08


Chart (2018)Peak
US Dance Club Songs ( Billboard ) [5] 1
US Hot Dance/Electronic Songs ( Billboard ) [6] 29

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