Make You Feel Better

Album: Stadium Arcadium (2006)

Songfacts®:

  • Anthony Kiedis: "The title is what this band tries very hard to do." Throughout this song, they give examples of how they do so, and relate it to women in clever ways. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Spencer - Equinunk, PA

Comments: 7

  • Cameron from Las Vegas, NvThe song is simply spectacular. It’s one of the best in their discography and never seizes to make me feel better at my low points.
  • Bay from Weaverville, CaGreat song!
  • Dane from Vancouver, BcSimply amazing song, although underrated I hear it every once and a while on local radio stations. Perhaps it will be re-released as a single one day.
  • Nicole from Chicago, IlI love the "Oh yeah!" part. It makes me smile, which is I guess what the song is all about. It's a very fun song.
  • Inge from Melbourne, AustraliaIs one of my fav songs off there new album and every time i hear it it makes me feel good no matter how bad im feeling. RHCP rulz
  • Zach from Carlsbad, CaAlways makes me feel better, keep up the good work RHCP
  • Grayson from Cleveland, Ohbrilliant song. it is very subtle, thus why it may be underated.
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