Do you like where you're living? Do you like what you do? Do you like what you're seeing When you're lookin' at you? Do you like what you're saying When you open your face? Do you got the right feeling? Are you in the right place?
Stealin' a tusk from an elephant must make one feel creepy inside. And although you'll boast around the fire at night That ghost will kick up a fight. 'Be gone? Be gone?', you scream You're just some elephant dream I needed you like you needed me People, they need piano keys.
If you like where you're living If you like what you do If you like what you're seeing When you're lookin' at you If you like what you're saying When you open your face Then you got the right feeling. You're in the right place.
'Is this right? Is this right?' C'mon God answer tonight! Is there some fee that you'll charge me For doin' what you thought I might? Once you've thought long and hard about it
Tell me if heads will roll Once you've thought long and hard about it Tell me 'cause I need to know
Cause I like where I'm livin' And I like what I do And I like what I'm seein' When I'm lookin' at you . . I still like what I'm saying When I open my face. I think I got the right feeling. I think I'm in the right place. I think I got the right feeling. I think I'm in the right place.
Writer/s: JAMES EDWARD OLLIGES JR
Publisher: WORDS & MUSIC A DIV OF BIG DEAL MUSIC LLC
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