"Luv n' Haight" as written by and Sylvester Stewart....
Feel so good inside myself don't want to move
Feel so good inside myself don't need to move
As I grow up I'm growing down, and when I'm lost
I know I will be found
Feel so good don't want to move
Feel so good inside myself
Don't need to move
I
Feel so good inside myself, don't want to move
I
Feel so good inside myself
Don't want to move
Another place, another time and when I realize
I'm still all mine
I
I

Yeh I
I feel
I feel so good
Want to move, want to move, feel so good, want to move
Feel so good, want to move,
Feel so good inside myself don't want to move
Feel so good inside myself, don't need to move
Don't want to move feel so good inside myself, don't want to move
Feel so good, feel so good don't want to move
Feel so good inside myself, don't need to move
Want to move, feel so good, can not move, feel so good, can not move
Don't need to move, I feel so good don't need to move
Don't need to move, don't want to move
Feel so good, feel so good, I want to move, I want to move
Feel so good, feel so good, I want to move, I want to move
Feel so good, feel so good, I want to move, I want to move
Feel so good, feel so good, I want to move, I want to move
Feel so good, feel so good, I want to move, I want to move
Feel so good, feel so good, I want to move, I want to move
Feel so good, I want to move, I want to move


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"Luv N' Haight" as written by Sylvester Stewart

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    General CommentIf you've ever got drunk or high in a bid to escape depression or anxiety, listen to this song when you're "on the up" and it makes absolutely perfect sense. You know your troubles are still there, but you can't feel them as strong, are numbed by the chemicals and for an hour or so just don't care about anything.

    Possibly my favourite song of all time.
    slightstoneon December 22, 2009   Link

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