And I knew when I was older, that I feel it when a heartbeat comes, and I feel it on the night bus, and I feel it when they don’t light up, and I wait till it gets darker, in a couple of hours we’ll be going out, and I feel it on the dance floor, and I still feel it.
Can you feel anything? X2
Cos it’s bringing me down (it’s bringing meeee)
I can’t feel anything X2
And it’s bringing me down , it’s bringing meee down
And I knew when I was younger, when I looked into those eyes real wild, and I feel it in the silence, and I feel it in this grip so tight. And I feel it when the lights glow, and I feel it when my tongue goes down
Can you feel anything? X2
Cos it’s bringing me down (it’s bringing meeee)
I can’t feel anything X2
And it’s bringing me down , it’s bringing meee down
I used to feel it in the dance, I hope just to feel it in the sight sight sight, just to feel it in the dance your smile, just to feel it in the dance your smile, say I know that when you’r e feeling tired, said I know that when you’re feeling tired, we feel, we feel, we feel tired

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    I think this song is about being in the middle of a relationship with someone and they're questioning whether they still feel the same love for their partner as they used to.The first verse talks about how he expected love to feel when he got older that he'd feel it all the time such as in ordinary places like the night bus or on the dance floor-maybe talking about a relationship taking place during university years or after. The second verse is talking about the love he used to feel for someone when he was younger (maybe the same person but it's not clear) and he seems to be looking back longing for that kind of love rather than his current situation. The chorus is a plea to the other person (Can You Feel Anything?) asking whether they feel any love and he admits that he 'can't feel anything' and it's 'bringing him down' so maybe he's thinking of ending the relationship. Although the lyrics are quite sad it is a very nice bouncy song from Theme Park and is very catchy

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