Monuments

Album: Monuments To An Elegy (2014)
  • I feel alright, I feel alright tonight
    And everywhere I go I shine bright
    Alright, alright alright

    Love can dust ya easy, as you know
    And doubts make you feel slow
    When shades of reason in you gone
    I know, I know you'll go

    Luva, you're strange
    Luva, you're strange to me

    I feel alright, I feel alright tonight
    And everywhere I go I shine bright
    Alright, alright alright

    Vest was in the eagle of your soul
    Where's Kelly as you sung
    Don't ever feel that unknown
    Behold, it take home

    Luva, you're strange
    Luva, you're strange to me

    And what do ya want me to do?
    It's all gone bad
    What do ya want me to say?
    I'm lost like you

    I feel alright, I feel alright tonight
    And everywhere I go I shine bright
    Alright, alright alright

    I feel alright, I feel alright tonight
    And everywhere I go I shine bright
    Alright, alright alright

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