Ain't no more sunshine, just rain and cold suffering
Generation born to die with their eyes wide open
The clock strikes
The wrong rights
The mob rules
The second Armageddon, igniting the lit fuse
No turning back and every soldier is on point
Ready to die, the confrontation coming, ready of not
It's on again, It's time to say your prayers again
It's not the end, just the beginning of the end

[Chorus]
Is it hard?
Yea, I can hold it down like that
Is it real?
Yea, You know I break it down like that
Is it rough?
Don't even try to front like that
I'm on fire baby, a big dog will hunt like that

Another day, another buster want to battle me
Another mamma crying, now her baby is a casualty
I'm ready nigga, slice like a machete nigga, got fetty nigga,
Never spend it on Betty nigga
I hit and run, never stressing to look back
When I look back, I think about the love I never had
Then I wake up, I get fucked up and I get even
Approach you from the front
While in your back a knife I'm leaving

[Chorus]

The sky is falling, I don't care
I just want to feel good
Her train's leaving, she don't care
She just wants to feel good
The World is dying, we don't care
We just want to feel good
It's all over, we don't care
We just want to feel good

No- we can't compromise like that
No- we can't conform like that
I'm saying fuck you and fuck the norm like that
Revolt and transform like that
Make a difference
Have an impact

It won't stop raining, its flooding, Revelation was all true
You drew first blood, Jesus is coming to take you
Coming to break you, make you just like new
Satan laughing, spreads his wings and gets a new tattoo
A new platinum chain, a new pinky ring, the rolex, the benz,
The huggy bear pimp thing
Nigga it's midnight, never forget where you come from
Keep your mouth shut
Back the fuck up
Watch what you doing

[Chorus]


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Feel Good Lyrics as written by Chad Benekos Ben Vaught

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    This song isnt easy to explain.. it just means that you are so depressed you are dont even care anymore because all you want is to feel good and thats not happening, so you will just sit there while other life goes to hell. Its when your sick of everything.

    EcHOinMYeARon April 29, 2003   Link
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    great song, the chorus totally expresses what I feel like when I'm depressed and I'll do anything to feel better

    semicharmedgirlon March 19, 2002   Link
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    my favorite hed pe song.... it really is one of their more meaningful songs. to me it seems like just wanting to "feel good", if anyone else cares or not. it like saying f**k you to whatever pisses you off

    shaggythegothon April 14, 2002   Link
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    it's like a cry to leave us alone. we just want to feel good (according to Z.Freud everybody wants to). But there are other who don't understand and this is just cry to the for the nobody (G.O.D. you can call whatever you want).

    warheadon May 02, 2002   Link
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    this song is the shit, enough said the expressions that this song has is very clear and it is that we just want to feel good

    pie2k2on May 30, 2002   Link
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    I kinda disagree with everything posted so far. It seems to me that Hed are looking around at everything and saying that people just don't care about anything. They're having a dig at all of the self-righteous, selfish idiots in the world.

    The views expressed so far imply that the writers have only listened to Serj's chorusy bit, but if you listen to the next bit it says:

    No- we can't compromise like that No- we can't conform like that I'm saying fuck you and fuck the norm like that Revolt and transform like that Make a difference Have an impact

    Then it goes into biblical references and returns to the armageddon situation they hinted at at the beginning.

    So yeah, an amazing song - but I believe that they're trying to get across that people put they're own comfort and good-feelings before what's right and good. It's a commentary on the moral breakdown in the world.

    frownedon July 24, 2002   Link
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    Frowned rocks hard! I totally agree with their thesis on the meaning of the song.

    HorrorXCoreon August 23, 2002   Link
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    I was thinking the same thing, as frowned reading the first few entrys (not that they were bad interpetations just different). I see what frowned is saying and I would just like to add that I feel its also about the fact that people would rather get FUCKED up or "have fun" to forget their worries rather than try and make a difference. And because getting fucked up or/and having fun only helps you feel good or fix the situation for a limited amount of time, we will inevitablly be faced with the end of the world. And at that point what are we to say but: "It's all over, we don't care We just want to feel good "

    6TabY9on August 28, 2002   Link
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    I think frowned and 6taby9.. i think it's more about the egoism (dunno if i write that good) from the people.. The world is dying we dont care, we just wanne feel good" like i don't care what happen, as long sa i feel good. And i'm sorry for my bad english but i'm dutch :)

    No-use-for-a-nameon September 02, 2002   Link
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    yeh i agree , but the song is urging people not to think that way and i like the lyrics "her train's leaving she dont care she just wnats to feel good" bc i think its talking about missed opportunities and that like the problemes we ignore today can end up becoming threatining tomorrow, and its our own ignorance and laziness and what not leading us there. Ne ways It makes me want to get up and do something for the good, and not only for my own personall gain :) ... lol whatever

    6TabY9on September 03, 2002   Link

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