Still Feels Good

Album: Still Feels Good (2007)
  • Oooh, oooh, oooh come on
    Still feels good-oh,oh,oh

    That old t-shirt you wear to bed
    Hangin' off your shoulders by a thread
    The one you ripped off me when we first met
    Still feels good

    That old familiar song blarin' from my car
    We know every note, every word by heart
    Puts a smile on your face 'cause you know it's ours
    And it still feels good

    [Chorus]
    Your fingers hooked around my belt loops
    Leanin' up against my ride
    Remember the first time I touched you
    It doesn't matter, I've held you a million times
    Oh, and it still feels good

    We made some plans, had some crazy dreams
    And now that we've reached a few you would think
    That it would get old to you and me
    But it still feels good, still feels good

    [Chorus]

    Yeah and it still feels good, baby
    Yeah, it still feel good-yeah, yeah, yeah
    Still feels good
    Still feels good, baby Writer/s: GARY LEVOX, NEIL THRASHER, WENDELL MOBLEY
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Major Bob Music, Inc. / Rio Bravo Music, Inc. / Castle Bound Music, Inc. / Hanna Bea Songs, BMG Rights Management, RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC
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