FeelGood
Artist: Goldhouse
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FeelGood Lyrics

Just wanna make you feel good
Summer nights
When you cry
Baby no no no no no
Endless tears
Bring 'em here
Baby no no no no
I'm gonna make it right
You're gonna love your life
Hold me and don't let go
Oh oh oh
You're gonna recognize
It's never do or die
We're gonna turn this ship to gold
Just wanna make you feel good
Wanna make you feel good
Just wanna make you feel good
Wanna make you feel good
Just wanna make you feel good
Tell me all your problems
Maybe I can solve them
Oh yeah
I wanna make you feel good
Know that it ain't easy
Girl, that's why you need me- tonight
'Cause a fire don't need a reason to burn
This is what I do
And now it's your turn
I'll make you feel good
Just wanna make you feel good
See the way
Life can change
Baby oh oh oh oh oh
A new day
Not the same
Baby oh oh oh oh
I'm gonna make you see
The good things that come for free
Here in the after glow, oh oh oh oh oh
Love is a remedy
A promise, a guarentee
When it's down to you and me
We'll go-o-o-o-o
Just wanna make you feel good
Wanna make you feel good
Just wanna make you feel good
Wanna make you feel good
Just wanna make you feel good
Tell me all your problems
Maybe I can solve them
Oh yeah
I wanna make you feel good
Know that it ain't easy
Girl, that's why you need me- tonight
'Cause a fire don't need a reason to burn
This is what I do
And now it's your turn
I'll make you feel good
Just wanna make you feel good
Baby, it's true
Baby, it's true
Baby, it's true
Baby, it's true
Just wanna make you feel good
Baby it's you
Wanna make you feel good
Just wanna make you feel good
Tell me all your problems
Maybe I can solve them
Oh yeah
I wanna make you feel good
Know that it ain't easy
Girl, that's why you need me- tonight
'Cause a fire don't need a reason to burn
This is what I do
And now it's your turn
I'll make you feel good
Just wanna make you feel good
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