Now some of you might remember the song Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood performed back in 1965, the blues rock hit recording that The Animals did. However the beginnings of "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood" came with composer and arranger Horace Ott, who came up with the melody and chorus lyric line after a temporary falling out with his girlfriend (and wife-to-be), Gloria Caldwell. He then brought it to writing partners Bennie Benjamin and Sol Marcus to complete. However, when it came time for songwriting credits, rules of the time prevented BMI writers (Ott) from officially collaborating with ASCAP members (the other two), so Ott instead listed Caldwell's name on the credits. "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood" was presented for Nina Simone's 1964 album Broadway-Blues-Ballads. There, it is taken at a very slow tempo and arranged around harp and other orchestral elements; a backing choir appears at several points. Simone sings it in her usual hard-to-categorize style.
Ulli Bögershausen cover done here is only instrumental. Petteri have what I can tell tuned down his Cuntz acoustic guitar so it sounds more like bass guitars or an acoustic bass guitar. While Ulli Bögershausen is playing along with his Lakewood acoustc guitar, Petteri does some were nice harmonics. They do a great live performance here and I'm sure that you like this one. Even if you don't like the original song.