"Generator" as written by and Bryn Fowler David Healey....
CHORUS:
I can get a record player, and a generator.
Generate the music that makes you feel better.

VERSE:
I don�t live in poverty,
I�ve got a little bit of money
And I�ve got an healthy body
I am not gonna let stuff get me upset
And I won�t get the little things get me depressed
When I was a young boy, I bought a stereo
We taped all the songs straight off the radio
The sounds the band made and the melody
Is all I need to make me feel free!

Sometimes you get so low you don�t know why you are a little unsettled inside
Many I remind you that you don�t live in poverty
You�ve got your youth and you�ve got food in you belly

CHORUS:
I can get a record player, and a generator.
Generate the music that makes you feel better. (twice)

VERSE:
I don�t live in poverty,
I�ve got a little bit of money
And I�ve got an healthy body
I am not gonna let stuff get me upset
And I won�t get the little things get me depressed
When I was a young boy, I bought a stereo
We taped all the songs straight off the radio
The sounds the band made and the melody
Is all I need to make me feel free!

Sometimes you get so low you don�t know why you are a little unsettled inside
Many I remind you that you don�t live in poverty
You�ve got your youth and you�ve got a roof over your head

CHORUS:
I can get a record player, and a generator.
Generate the music that makes you feel better. (twice)

I�ll set up a record player and a generator
Generate the music that makes you feel better

I can get a record player, and a generator.
Generate the music that makes you feel better.

So you better get a record player, and a generator.
Generate the music that makes you feel better

I can get a record player, and a generator.
Generate the music that makes you feel better.

So you better get a record player, and a generator.
Generate the music that makes you feel better

I can get a record player, and a generator.
Generate the music that makes you feel better.


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  • +3
    General CommentThis song is totally immense.

    One correction, where you've put:
    "When I was a young boy, I bought a stereo
    We sang to all the words right out the radio"

    It should read:
    "When I was a young boy, I bought a stereo
    We taped all the songs straight off the radio"
    Danmagneton November 09, 2006   Link
  • +2
    General CommentI think "Many I remind you that you don�t live in poverty" should be "May I..."

    Great Song! An ultimate feelgood song.
    WYMSon June 13, 2009   Link
  • +1
    General Commentjust makes sense doesn't it? we're all alright really, we just forget sometimes. happysong!
    em_con April 29, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentGreat tune! so infectious!!!
    theprentoshowon August 21, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentinfectious, a great word to describe this song.
    Gordyon October 04, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthis song just describes the world.
    gotawaywithwordson October 24, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song is soooo kewl. It makes me happy when I hear it :D
    *DeathOn2Legs*on December 31, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthis song is sdw4e90priwpoekrs
    amazing

    it occurs to most people & anyone can relate to it
    & it all of it makes sense, unlike alot of songs
    plusss it's a nice catchy song

    they've done well (y)
    amytrntjre9t5uetjron June 05, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthis song never fails to make me smile
    ariesstyleon June 19, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Comment@Danmagnet, Incorrect, the actual lyrics are: "When I was a young boy, I got a stereo
    and taped all the songs straight off the radio"
    Ac1don July 18, 2007   Link

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