"Good Feeling" as written by and Francis Healy....
I've got a good feeling
Like I know how I'm feeling
Scraping me off the ceiling
Back to that good feeling
Now I find it hard living
Wasting our time giving
When will we all give in
Into that good feeling
Now I got a good feelin'
Like I know how I'm feelin'
Scrappin' me off the ceiling
Back to that good feeling

You picked a time a very fine time
To look at me you'd see that I was fine
You're happy too just towing on your line
But you're afraid of what you'll find behind

In twenty years from now I'll be the same
And you'll be changing all the letters
In your maiden name
Ah you're thikin' that we're one
But we'll never be the same

'cause I got a good feeling
That I know I'm not missing
Anything you're giving
Isn't worth this good feeling


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"Good Feeling" as written by Francis Healy

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    General CommentI really love this song, it's great.
    It reminds me of my first Travis concert, because the keyboard part was played by Claes, a swedish musician and Travis wanted the audience to point at him while he's playing. It was great fun. I love the way Fran sings this part with "In twenty years from now.." ;)

    All in all I think that this song is about a broken-up relationship. He wants to tell his ex-girlfriend that he's not missing her. He's happier now than he was before.
    "Anything you're giving isn't worth this good feeling" lets me think of it that way, but also the line "in twenty years from now I'll be the same and you'll be changing all the letters in your maiden name". He knows, that he lost her and that she'll marry someone else - of course he is still a bit disappointed but also angry about her breaking up with him, but in a sullen way. Maybe she wants him back... but he refuses. Don't know.. ;)
    AROBTTHon October 25, 2007   Link

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