"I Don't Feel So Well" as written by and Vienna Teng....
I don't feel so well
I thought that you should know
I thought that you should know
That I don't feel so well
I thought that you should know before you fall

I don't call them back
I thought that you should know
I thought that you should know
That I don't call them back
I thought that you should know before you fall

I saw it begin to dawn on us both
That somehow it wasn't surprising
And so you're preparing to swear every oath
And all the while I'm realizing

I can't love you then
I thought that you should know
I thought that you should know
That I can't love you then
I thought that you should know before you fall

I saw it begin to dawn on us both
That somehow it wasn't surprising
And so you're preparing to swear every oath
And all the while I'm realizing

I can't love you then
I thought that you should know
I thought that you should know
That I can't love you then
I thought that you should know before you fall



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"I Don't Feel So Well" as written by Vienna Teng

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    General CommentThis was inspired by a teacher that Vienna had. He was talking about "I don't feel good" vs. "I don't feel well."

    When you say, "I don't feel well," it means that your ability to feel is hindered. This song isn't about someone feeling sick or bad, it's about someone not being able to feel *emotionally*. Based on this, I think she's warning the person ("I thought that you should know") who's "preparing to swear every oath."
    wing_areaon February 18, 2009   Link
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    Link(s)This is a short film I made based on my interpretation of the lyrics:
    youtube.com/…

    Enjoy! =)
    timeflies51on June 17, 2011   Link

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