"Feel It" as written by and Kate Bush....
After the party, you took me back to your parlour
A little nervous laughter, locking the door
My stockings fall onto the floor, desperate for more
Nobody else can share this
Here comes one and one makes one
The glorious union, well, it could be love
Or it could be just lust but it will be fun
It will be wonderful

Oh feel it, oh, oh, feel it, feel it my love
Oh feel it, oh, oh, feel it, feel it my love
Oh I need it, oh, oh, feel it, feel it my love
Feel it! See what you're doing to me

God, but you're beautiful, aren't you?
Feel your warm hand walking around
I won't pull away, my passion always wins
So keep on a-moving in, keep on a-tuning in
Synchronize rhythm now

Oh feel it, oh, oh, feel it, feel it my love
Oh feel it, oh, oh, feel it, feel it my love
Oh I need it, oh, oh, feel it, feel it my love
Feel it! See what you're doing to me


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"Feel It" as written by Kate Bush

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    General CommentIt's undoutedly about sex. I mean, it's blindingly obvious.
    No-one else could pull this off. NO-ONE! Only Kate could sing these lyrics and make it seem beautiful and sensual rather than the musical equivalent of a late night Channel 5 film!
    mozza_fanon December 29, 2005   Link
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    General Commentno one turns sex into art like this woman...
    musicatokcon October 27, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis song is so beautiful and yet so vulnerable. The girl seems young and inexperienced. Maybe this is her first sexual encounter (with this man), and party alcohol has affected her mood. There is nervous laughter; and her preconceived idea of sex seems based on a Religious Class teaching of a glorious union between two people, etc. Of course, she understands that in the hierarchy of sex, there is also a loving union and a lustful, fun encounter. But she doesn't seem to know what she in for, other than experience. She is abandoning herself to her unbridled pleasure. The 'See what you're doing to me' is such a tender observation, and really makes this a thinking-(wo)man's love song that lingers in the mind long after the post-coital cigarette!
    Theresa_Gionoffrioon November 07, 2007   Link

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