Sure Feels Good

Album: American Soul (2016)
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  • On this upbeat track, Phil Vassar is mixed up with an unstable yet irresistible woman. He wrote the song with Matt Ramsey and Trevor Rosen of the country band Old Dominion. Vassar explained to Nash Country Daily: "We've been friends many, many years. We all have been in relationships with women who absolutely are just - You just never know what the hell you're gonna get from one day to the next on that whole deal. It's like you wake up like, is this a good day or is this a bad day? I mean women are mysterious creatures. I grew up with my mother, and my grandmothers, and my sisters, and nieces. I'm the only man in my family so it's all women all the time. It's just, keep your mouth shut. That's what I try to do."

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