"It All Feels Right" as written by and Ernest Greene....
Leaving heading eastbound
Weekend’s almost here now
It’s getting warmer outside
It all feels right
Call your friends, I’ll call mine
We’ll head out for a long ride
Sun is coming out now
It all feels right

Close my eyes
Think about the old times
What’s it all about?
The feeling when it all works out

We’ll be gone for a few nights
Meet up with the old crowd
Music’s playing so loud
It all feels right

Close my eyes
Think about the old times
What’s it all about?
The feeling when it all works out


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"It All Feels Right" as written by Ernest Weatherly Greene

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    General CommentThe samples remind me of Panda Bro's on Person Pitch from like 6 years ago
    chips have salton August 01, 2013   Link
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    General CommentSomething resonates with me in the last two lines of the chorus. I especially think "the feeling when it all works out" is a great answer to the question of the meaning of life.

    The first two lines of the chorus have the narrator think of a vague memory, almost drawing more attention to the process of remembering something in general. It's almost as if the self-conscious experience of having a memory prompts the next lyrics: the grandest of questions and an elegant answer. After all, human memory, and much of the human mind and brain, is still much of a mystery to us, as is the Universe and all its parallels. The lyrics seem to imply that a positive feeling or experience is the meaning of creation, the solution to the great mystery. Love? Happiness? The feeling when it all works out?

    I think it's a brilliant chorus, simple yet thought provoking.
    mindmatterwaveon May 05, 2014   Link

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