Your sight-specific knack
I fall under attack
The only time you cross the line
Is when you're crossing back

Have you changed the song we were singing
Or have I just lost the air?
If I said your behavior suffocates
Would you care?

Don't stop, if it feels good do it
Don't stop, if it feels good do it
Don't stop, if it feels good do it
Don't

You found the perfect spot
For Jimmy's wicked thoughts
It's in my permanent collection
Now like it or not
Wishing away that the legacy left
Came in a frame and was the victim of theft
It adds more worth to work I've done
But as long as you've had fun

Don't stop, if it feels good do it
Don't stop, if it feels good do it
Don't stop, if it feels good do it
Don't

I didn't get your revisions
But sometimes life's not fair
To think you almost apologized

Put her there, there, there
Don't be sad at all
I'm about to get killed off
The writing's on the wall
If you believe everything that you read
Turn to the only thing that you ever need
It says to do unto others
But the thing is you do

Don't stop, if it feels good do it
Don't stop, if it feels good do it
Don't stop, if it feels good do it
Don't stop, if it feels good do it
Don't stop, if it feels good do it
Don't stop, if it feels good do it
Don't stop, if it feels good do it
Don't

Don't stop
Don't stop
Don't stop, if it feels good do it
Don't


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Don't Stop (If It Feels Good Do It) Lyrics as written by Chris Murphy

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    blah. i love this song.

    sarah216on June 15, 2002   Link
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    who doesn't? sloan is great great great!

    YouAreNotPunkon September 22, 2002   Link
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    no one in my town likes this song(or this band) but me,

    BGs4ever24on October 15, 2004   Link

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