5th Dimension, The - I've Got A Feeling Lyrics




I've got a feeling, a feeling deep inside
Oh yeah, oh yeah.
I've got a feeling, a feeling I can't hide
Oh no. Oh no, oh no,
Yeah I've got a feeling.

Oh please believe me, I'd hate to miss the train
Oh yeah, oh yeah.
And if you leave me I won't be late again
Oh no, oh no, oh no.
Yeah I've got a feeling yeah.

All these years I've been wandering around,
Wondering how come nobody told me
All that I was looking for was somebody
Who looked like you.

Everybody had a hard year
Everybody had a good time
Everybody had a wet dream,
Everybody saw the sunshine
Oh yeah, oh yeah.
Everybody had a good year,
Everybody let their hair down,
Everybody pulled their socks up,
Everybody put their foot down.
Oh yeah, oh yeah.





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5th Dimension, The I've Got A Feeling Comments
  1. Smithaustin

    BEATLES!!! I hope everyone realizes that this a Lennon/McCartney Song.

  2. Bill Cleveland

    Amen! i've got that feeling too every time i listen to this.

    James Smith

    Yup! 🎵🎶💃🎵🎶😎

  3. Ukooku Ppippa

    For me, this rounds out the trifecta of kick-ass Billy Davis Lead vocals with the group-- the other two being Feeling Alright (Portrait) and Half Moon (Indiv. & Collectively). That's for "covers", I mean. I also love their version of Moonlight Mile ... sumptious harmonic blend. Thanks for sharing this! ---Diehard 5th Fan

    Noodleydoo

    +Ukooku Ppippa I agree completely about those songs. I've heard many versions of Half Moon by other artists, including Rufus/Chaka Khan, but I think Billy really nailed it.

  4. Noodleydoo

    This song was set to be released as a single, but for some reason it was shelved. I don't know what ABC was thinking releasing "Walk Your Feet" instead. "Magic in My Life" should have been the first single IMO, followed by this or "Don't Stop for Nothing." Billy never sounded better than he did on "Earthbound." I'm so happy Marilyn and Billy have recently acknowledged how great this album was--even though it was a painful time for them.

    Noodleydoo

    +Ukooku Ppippa More trivia on this song: on the original recording, Billy ad libs and sings "shit" at one point. It wasn't scripted, Billy was just winging it. When Florence LaRue heard it, she was upset because she felt it conflicted with the group's squeaky clean image. On the second pressing of the album, they edited the word out.

    Ukooku Ppippa

    +Noodleydoo Thanks for the inside scoop! Now I wonder how I can get my hands on that first pressing...