"I Feel Fine" as written by John Richard Kosco and Cleon Lee Iii Richards....
Right now I really don't care if I'm alone or if I got you sittin' here.
Oh, no look I've done it again.
Man I should think about it before I say anything.
One, two, three, four looks like I'm alone again and

I feel fine.
Doesn't really matter now cause I'm all right.
She knocked me on my ass again, but I don't mind.
Looks like I'm alone again and I feel fine.

Right now I don't know what to say, because you're mean and I never liked you anyway.
Don't ever call cause I don't want to be friends.
Excuse me now because the chorus is comin' up again.
One, two, three, four looks like I'm alone again and

I feel fine.
Doesn't really matter now cause I'm all right.
She knocked me on my ass again, but I don't mind.
Looks like I'm alone again and I feel fine.

They come and go and I don't feel a thing.
It's not cause I'm a jerk and I don't care.
And I don't know what's the matter with me.
I only know the right girl still out there.

I feel fine.
Doesn't really matter now cause I'm all right.
She knocked me on my ass again, but I don't mind.
Looks like I'm alone again and I feel fine.
I feel fine.
Doesn't really matter now cause I'm all right.
She knocked me on my ass again, but I don't mind.
Looks like I'm alone again and I feel fine.


Lyrics submitted by cherrypunkker07

"I Feel Fine" as written by Mark Johnson Clint Baker

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General CommentThis song is killer! I first saw RK when they opened for Something Corporate and they were sooooooo good. Plus Clint Baker is hott (I know i sound like a teeny bopper, but o well). Yea this one's my favorite Riddlin Kids song. The second fave song I like would have to be "here we go again". RK Kicks major ass!
    PunKStArr120on July 01, 2002   Link

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