Feel What You Want

Album: Land of the Living (1994)
Charted: 33
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  • The sun rises at nine, departs at five
    Ain't doing overtime no more
    Because in this world of color
    The brightest picture is plugged right into your wall
    And maybe there's a million people singing shoeshine blues
    To no one that they've ever met before and
    Indifference is a drug that I see people buy
    At the local store, local store
    You, you, you think a little love is all you need
    But love is such a small thing can't you see
    I think you'll find it sits in a book and
    Changes the words that you read

    You just feel what you want it to be
    What you want it to feel
    What you want it to be
    Oh
    You just feel what you want it to be
    What you want it to feel
    What you want it to be

    The man in the moon has a cold in the back of his head today
    So dark is the river as the old bridge of lovers
    Finds it's getting washed all away
    There are three wise men in the darkness of the desert
    Still trying to be finding their way
    The tables have been laid and the food has been served
    But the cost of eating is too much for most to pay

    You think a little love is all you need
    But love is such a small thing can't you see
    I think you'll find it sits in a book and
    Changes the words that you read

    You just feel what you want it to be
    What you want it to feel
    What you want it to be
    Oh
    You just feel what you want it to be
    What you want it to feel
    What you want it to be

    Feel it, feel it
    Go ahead now go
    Well, you just feel what you want it to be
    What you want it to feel
    What you want it to be
    Oh
    You just feel what you want it to be
    What you want it to feel
    What you want it to be

Comments: 1

  • Reapsgrimly from Utah, Usawell said, I lost my soulmate to cancer, afterward there was no incentive to live. during that time I seemed to migrate from rock to techno. thank god tiesto heard the call. from his music to all the other. too much in life diverts our attention from what is real, from what is truth. these performers are not that much different other than their insight and, what can I say, the beat, the beat, the beat. techno has a future about it. the future requires you to breathe. keep waking up each day and breathe... thank you
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