Album: The Sound of McAlmont and Butler (1995)
Charted: 8
  • So you wanna know me now
    How I've been
    You can't help someone recover
    After what you did
    So tell me am I looking better?
    Have you forgot
    Whatever it was that you couldn't stand
    About me about me about me?

    Because
    Yes I do feel better
    Yes I do I feel alright
    I feel well enough to tell you what you can do with what you got
    To offer

    You wanna know me now
    How I've been
    You can't help someone recover
    After what you did
    So tell me am I looking better?
    Have you forgot
    Whatever it was that you couldn't stand
    About me about me about me?

    Because
    Yes I do feel better
    Yes I do I feel alright
    I feel well enough to tell you what you can do with what you got to offer
    Because
    Yes I do feel better
    Yes I do I feel alright
    I feel well enough to tell you what you can do with what you got
    To offer

    On and on and on and on and on and on and has no-one said
    Stay away, stay away I'm better

    Ye-ea-ea-ea-yes!
    Ye-ea-ea-ea-yes!
    Ye-ea-ea-ea-yes!
    Ye-ea-ea-ea-yes!

    I feel well enough to tell you what you can do with what you got
    I feel well enough to tell you what you can do with what you got
    I feel well enough to tell you what you can do with what you got
    I feel well enough to tell you what you can do with what you got
    I feel well enough to tell you what you can do with what you got
    I feel well enough to tell you what you can do with what you got
    I feel well enough to tell you what you can do with what you got
    I feel well enough to tell you what you can do with what you got. Writer/s: Bernard Butler, David McAlmont
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Songtrust Ave, BMG Rights Management, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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