Feel Good

Album: Blurred Lines (2013)
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  • This EDM-tinged track was co-written and produced by will.i.am of The Black Eyed Peas. It finds Thicke interrogating his lover asking her if she'd still love him whatever he does:

    "If I partied till the morning would you stay with me
    Girl would you play with me, or would you hate on me
    If I ran all out of money, would you pay for me or would you stray from me
    I need to know it baby."

    Thicke told VH1: "I actually got to sneak in some of my problems on this one. It talks about if I party too much, or if I'm not perfect, or if I'm depressed, will you still stand by me, will you help me get through those times or will you leave me?"
  • In the Sophie Muller-directed video, Thicke, along with a group of dancers, performs this against a cloudy backdrop.
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