Do You Feel

Album: Do You Feel (2007)
  • I'm thinking 'bout other things I heard about today
    All this week and tomorrow
    And how these hands can create some better things, a better ring
    But you see for now I got my own things

    I can't help it, I got too many issues I own
    So I cannot help I'm afraid, yeah
    But keep on preachin', preachin' and heal the world
    Lip service makes us look great

    Do you feel the weight of the world singin' sorrow'
    Or do you, is it just not real
    'Cause you got your own things
    Yeah, we all have our things I guess

    I guess my mind wanders off from time to time
    Sometimes I convince myself that all is fine
    In the world it's not mine why should I have to try
    To fix things I didn't create or contrive

    Do you feel the weight of the world singin' sorrow'
    Or do you, is it just not real
    'Cause you got your own things
    Yeah, we all have so many things

    Have the habits had you'
    Has it been for long'
    Can you feel the souls behind'
    What's going on'

    Do you feel the weight of the world singin' sorrow'
    Or do you, is it just not real
    'Cause you got your own things
    Yeah, we all have our things

    Do you feel the weight of the world singin' sorrow'
    Or do you, is it just not real
    'Cause you got your own things
    'Cause we all have so many things
    And I can't get past these things, ohhWriter/s: BRYCE AVARY, STEPHEN BRYCE AVARY
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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  • Marc from Bruno, Mngreat song, but far from bryces best! Theres only a few cds i have that i can listen to every song w/o hitting next... rocket summers do you feel is one of them...
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