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I Feel Better Than James Brown - Was (Not Was) - Are You Okay? (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Nov 07,  · Are You Okay? Papa Was A Rollin' Stone: I Feel Better Than James Brown: How The Heart Behaves: Maria Novarro: I Blew Up The United States: In K-Mart Wardrobe: Elvis' Rolls Royce: Dressed To Be Killed: Just Another Couple Broken Hearts: You! You! You! Look What's Back/5().
  2. I Feel Better Than James Brown Lyrics: When we were in love I pretended you didn't exist / That way I loved you more / You suggested we get married and move into a house / I suggested that we jump.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of I Feel Better Than James Brown on Discogs. Label: Fontana - WASR • Format: Vinyl 12 Was (Not Was) - I Feel Better Than James Brown (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(5).
  4. Was (Not Was) is an American pop rock group founded in in Detroit, Michigan by David Weiss and Don Fagenson, who adopted the stage names David Was and Don Was. Their song catalog features an eclectic mix of pop and rock styles, often featuring guest musicians from across the musical spectrum.
  5. LYRICS Wo! I feel good, I knew that I would now I feel good, I knew that I would now So good, so good, I got you Wo! I feel nice, like sugar and spice I feel.
  6. rows · Was (Not Was) is an eccentric pop group founded by David Weiss (a.k.a. David Was) and .
  7. I feel better than James Brown I feel better now I feel better than James Brown I was attending Mardi Gras with Fidel Castro Bucksome cross dressers threw fake gold coins at our feet As we discussed the fate of the revolution Suddenly, cia men dressed in bikinis Tried to stab us with fountain pens Fidel blew mustard gas from his cigar.
  8. Description "I Got You (I Feel Good)" is a twelve-bar blues with a brass-heavy instrumental arrangement similar to Brown's previous hit, "Papa's Got a Brand New Bag".It also features the same emphasis "on the one" (i.e. the first beat of the measure) that characterizes Brown's developing funk style. The lyrics have Brown exulting in how good he feels ("nice, like sugar and spice") now that he.

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