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Old 12-28-2020, 04:33 PM   #21 (permalink)
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People have posted some The Association songs but I think this would be their best feel-good song.

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Old 12-28-2020, 04:42 PM   #22 (permalink)
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This one might be the ultimate "feel good" song...

Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five - Beans And Cornbread
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Some of these songs are good but I'm scratching my head as to why they'd be considered "feel good" songs? *shrugs*

I suppose it's subjective.

Anyway here's a couple more classic ones.



EDIT: Just realized the OP got the Stevie Wonder song I had here
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Can't forget this one, either.

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that's a good one^
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Some of these songs are good but I'm scratching my head as to why they'd be considered "feel good" songs? *shrugs*
Beans and Cornbread is a feel good song cause they hated each so much they were ready to "beat the hell out" of each other on the corner tomorrow night, but then they saw how other foods got along and by the end of the song they reconciled. That's part that always makes me feel good.
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Good god how could we have forgotten this one?

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LOVE Sophie. I'd love to learn to make Sophie-esque music (well, Sophie slash Claire Hamill's Voices slash Cristina)

Is It Cold In the Water? literally makes me feel like I'm ascending.
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Beans and Cornbread is a feel good song cause they hated each so much they were ready to "beat the hell out" of each other on the corner tomorrow night, but then they saw how other foods got along and by the end of the song they reconciled. That's part that always makes me feel good.
That's a fun song, Neapolitan! I especially liked the list of food combinations and the change of tempo at the end.

Here's another song in the "How can we have missed it " category:-

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