"Feel" as written by and Darren Stanley Hayes....
You teach me how to feel
It feels all right
There's nothing left to fear
Finding myself
The further I go
Towards you

You teach me how to love
Parts of myself
I hated for so long
Loving myself
Through loving you

I no longer live like a man in the dark
Hiding all the pieces of my broken heart
Whereby I'm holding on
Whereby I'm holding on to you

You teach me to forgive
It feels all right
Compassion for your pain
Compassion for mine
The circle divides

I no longer live like a man in the dark
Holding all the pieces of my broken heart
Whereby I'm holding on
Whereby I'm holding on to you
Whereby I'm moving on
Whereby I'm moving on to you


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"Feel" as written by Darren Stanley Hayes Darren Hayes

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    General CommentSweet simple song, Darren says that it was inspired by John Lennon-Yoko Ono's way of writing...in which one sentence is completed by the next one...Listen to it and you'll see what I mean!!
    Gabigson August 10, 2005   Link
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    General CommentYes, a very very amazing song, just like everything Darren has ever created.
    I love this style of writing, he uses it again with "Ego".
    Misseveruson March 03, 2006   Link
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    General Commentwow.
    i love how relatable this song is too.
    liking and being liked by someone genuinely, helps you to feel like you're actually worth it, which in turn makes you want to do good things and makes you feel like a better person for it. they help you to let go of fear and feel like you're the best person you can be and i think for the most part that's what everyone wants.
    my personal favorite lines....
    "loving myself through loving you"
    "compassion for your pain
    compassion for mine"
    and with very few sounds.
    brilliant!
    odge89on August 31, 2008   Link

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