Fresh Feeling
by Eels

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  • You don't have a clue
    What it is like to be next to you
    I'm here to tell you
    That it is good
    That it is true

    Birds singing a song
    Old paint is peeling
    This is that fresh
    That fresh feeling

    Words can't be that strong
    My heart is reeling
    This is that fresh
    That fresh feeling

    Try
    Try to forget what's in the past
    Tomorrow is here
    Love,
    Orange sky above lighting your way
    There's nothing to fear

    Birds singing a song
    Old paint is peeling
    This is that fresh
    That fresh feeling

    Words can't be that strong
    My heart is reeling
    This is that fresh
    That fresh feeling

    Some people are good
    Babe in the 'hood
    So pure and so free
    I'd make a safe bet
    You're gonna get whatever you needWriter/s: MARK O. EVERETT, RUSTY LOGSDON
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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