(Do do do, do, do do do, do)

Look around and see where we are
Is this Heaven, is this Mars?
'Cause I lose touch when you touch me
So touch me again
We could drive all night or stay in
You know we're gonna stay in
Pick out a movie that we don't watch

'Cause it's feeling good
Like the California sun, counting hundreds one by one
Driving your daddy's Mercedes like two bandits on the run
Like your first teenage kiss, taste the cherry on your lips
Or like summer in Paris, you know

It's feeling good, good, good, good
Good, good, good
It's feeling good, good, good, good
Good, good, good
It's feeling good

(Do do do, do, do do do, do)

You know we like to keep it lowkey
Windows down, feel the breeze
No cares, no worries, just you and me
You and I, we don't have to try
We just work, can't deny
I know you'll stay by my side, ride or die

'Cause it's feeling good
Like the California sun, counting hundreds one by one
Driving your daddy's Mercedes like two bandits on the run

Like your first teenage kiss, taste the cherry on your lips
Or like summer in Paris, you know

It's feeling good
It's feeling good
It's feeling good, good, good, good
Good, good, good
It's feeling good, good, good, good
Good, good, good
It's feeling

'Cause it's feeling good

It's feeling good
Like the California sun, counting hundreds one by one
Driving your daddy's Mercedes like two bandits on the run

Like your first teenage kiss, taste the cherry on your lips
Or like summer in Paris, you know

It's feeling good, good
It's feeling good, good
It's feeling good, good
It's feeling good, good
It's feeling good


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It's Feeling Good Lyrics as written by John Isaac Charles Coggins

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    Everybody was born in it Sure as hell gonna die in it Some people don't give a shit Whether or not they're full of it

    It's on my mind most of the time That's when you find we all go blind Then it will start to get in our hearts It's gone too far, that's who we are

    It's a monster We all have within us It's a monster It's a monster Turns us into sinners It's a monster

    It started when I played with it It turned into a habit And after that once you've been bit You can't seem to get rid of it

    It's on my mind most of the time That's when you find we all go blind Then it will start to get in our hearts It's gone too far, that's who we are

    It's a monster We all have within us It's a monster It's a monster Turns us into sinners It's a monster

    WiseOldGuyon December 15, 2022   Link
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    The song is about a monster ****!

    guitarboi8787on January 25, 2010   Link

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