"Feel" as written by and Blair/orton Daly....
So everybody's pulling you in all directions
You don't know how much longer to take it
So you've learned how to fake it

That smile on the outside's fading fast
Like the things that you thought for sure would last
But they didn't
You know something's missing
Is it your life you're not living?

[Chorus]
Your heart is cold, your soul is numb
You don't like who you've become
You played the game and paid the cost for long enough
So grab the reins, yeah, take the wheel
Lose what's not and keep what's real
It's not too late,
Just close your eyes and feel, feel

You can't tell if you're happy or sad
Can't tell the good from bad
It's senseless
To waste your senses
Maybe stop thinking with your head
Start using your heart instead
Just try it
You just might like it
Aren't you dying to start livin'?

[Chorus]

Every breath that's going through you
Take each day that's given to you
To love back the ones who love you

[Chorus]

You can't tell if you're happy or sad
Can't tell the good from the bad
Feel and stop thinking with your head
Start using your heart instead

Your heart is cold, your soul is numb
Yeah, yeah, yeahâ?¦.
You've played the game for long enough, oh, no, no,
Everybody's pulling you in all directions.


Lyrics submitted by jld_slick

"Feel [W/Horns]" as written by Danny Orton Blair Daly

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General CommentNo Comments on this song yet???? What's with you people??? Chicago is back as a music powerhouse with their 30th album. And this song totally rocks the house! Powerful vocals, a catchy chorus, and awesome music. Robert Lamm can still sing! Nearly 40 years later!
    ChicagoJakeon May 11, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThough I have yet to hear much of the 30th album besides this, this song gives me hope for a new, better Chicago than that from the late 80's-early 90's post-Peter Cetera era.

    1969 - 1972 = Vintage Era
    1972 - 1978 = Experimental Era
    1978 - 1982 = Post-Terry Kath Era
    1982 - 1989 = Peter Cetera Ballad Era
    1989 - 1995 = Post-Peter Cetera Era
    1995 - 2006 = Quiet Era
    2006 - = New Era

    That's my layout of Chicago's life into separate periods.
    Mattbluhalofanon August 05, 2007   Link

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