"Beautiful Feeling" as written by and Polly Jean Harvey....
Sometimes I can see for miles
Through water and fire
From England to America
I feel life meet my eyes

And it's the best thing
It's the best thing
It's the best thing
A beautiful feeling

A smile from San Diego
He's still a boy
Two ends to every rainbow
And a train from Mexico

And he's the best thing
He is the best thing
He is the best thing
A beautiful feeling

And when I watch you move
And I can't think straight
And I am silenced
And I can't think straight

And it's the best thing
It's the best thing
The best thing
Such a beautiful feeling


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"Beautiful Feeling" as written by Polly Harvey

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    General CommentSuprised no one else has commented on this song as it fucking rocks, its beautiful hence the title lol
    rash_decisionon April 13, 2005   Link
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    General Commentsuch an awesome song
    =D
    Bambooon December 12, 2005   Link
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    General Commentsuch an awesome song
    =D
    Bambooon December 12, 2005   Link
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    General Commentalways feel sexual tension while i listen it
    strangesummeron May 01, 2010   Link
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    General CommentHauntingly beautiful. You can hear her yearning.

    He is the best thing
    A beautiful feeling

    And when I watch you move
    And I can't think straight
    And I am silenced
    And I can't think straight

    Thom Yorke's contribution to this song is wonderful. And please give a listen to her version of this song in the Peel Sessions if you haven't. So raw. The intro of piano in that version is so perfect, especially at the 2:32 minute mark and her voice quivering with "like when I watch you move". My God it gets to me. This song in my life is about someone I had and let go.
    scm458on April 28, 2017   Link

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