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Portugal. The Man — Feel It Still
Album: Woodstock
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Released: 2017
Length: 2:40
Plays (last 30 days): 6
Can't keep my hands to myself
Think I'll dust 'em off, put 'em back up on the shelf
In case my little baby girl is in need
Am I coming out of left field?

Ooh woo, I'm a rebel just for kicks, now
I been feeling it since 1966, now
Might be over now, but I feel it still
Ooh woo, I'm a rebel just for kicks, now
Let me kick it like it's 1986, now
Might be over now, but I feel it still

Got another mouth to feed
Leave it with a baby sitter, mama, call the grave digger
Gone with the fallen leaves
Am I coming out of left field?

Ooh woo, I'm a rebel just for kicks, now
I been feeling it since 1966, now
Might've had your fill, but you feel it still
Ooh woo, I'm a rebel just for kicks, now
Let me kick it like it's 1986, now
Might be over now, but I feel it still

We could fight a war for peace
(Ooh woo, I'm a rebel just for kicks, now)
Give in to that easy living
Goodbye to my hopes and dreams
Start flipping for my enemies
We could wait until the walls come down
(Ooh woo, I'm a rebel just for kicks, now)
It's time to give a little to the
Kids in the middle, but, oh until it falls
Won't bother me

Is it coming?
Is it coming?
Is it coming?
Is it coming?
Is it coming?
Is it coming back?

Ooh woo, I'm a rebel just for kicks, yeah
Your love is an abyss for my heart to eclipse, now
Might be over now, but I feel it still

Ooh woo, I'm a rebel just for kicks, now
I've been feeling it since 1966, now
Might be over now, but I feel it still
Ooh woo, I'm a rebel just for kicks, now
Let me kick it like it's 1986, now
Might be over now, but I feel it still
Might've had your fill, but I feel it still
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I really like these guys. 
I won tickets to see them and got to meet with some of the band before the concert. It was an enjoyable evening!
Relatively braindead, this song. Something for the braindeads among RP listeners. Not to be confused with the other braindeads.
Don't care that this was overplayed for a while. This song rocks.
reminds me of dangermous's production in a way
Never did - Never will like this song .    A  4 for me. 
I love the honkin' horns on this! The sound makes me think of Danger Man and jetsetting spy films, I'm not sure why. Another band that's new to me - mercy buckets, RP.
Derivative dreck!  Ick!
The "Curly from Three Stooges noises" after the end of each line in the chorus are a bit annoying.  The lyrics are also too repetitive and pretentious.  It does build on a good groove though, so I have mixed feelings about this one.
Such a great song - never get tired of it. Saw them in concert and they were drunk, disorganized and displayed super sloppy musicianship - a great disappointment. But their studio work is absolutely stunning.
Nice groove!
 Edweirdo wrote:


That's a very cool video - and typical of Paris, where nobody pays you the slightest bit of attention!  In lots of other cities this would have attracted a major crowd.


In Paris, that's just a regular Tuesday. Well, Tuesdays are for Frugging. They do the Twist on Wednesdays, the Swim on Thursdays, the Mashed Potato on Fridays, the Shimmy on Saturdays, and the Watusi on Sundays. Mondays are for resting in cafes planning the next weeks' dances. 
 ste wrote:

There's a great choreography of this by Emma Scherer on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=afCB4vJChXU
Just a little 60s-style jazz at the Pont de Bir-Hakeim in Paris!


An hommage to one of the best ❤️

Concept and Choreography: Emma Scherer (Instagram: @emma.scherer)

Directed by: Basile Alaïmalaïs (Instagram: @grossenature)

Assisted by: Sébastien Baulain and Guillaume Pevée

Dancers: Elizabeth Allan, Natasha Jane Chambers, Grégory Garell, Romain Rachline, Emma Scherer, Marie Shirl

Music: Feel It Still by Portugal. The Man



That's a very cool video - and typical of Paris, where nobody pays you the slightest bit of attention!  In lots of other cities this would have attracted a major crowd.
There's a great choreography of this by Emma Scherer on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=afCB4vJChXU
Just a little 60s-style jazz at the Pont de Bir-Hakeim in Paris!


An hommage to one of the best ❤️

Concept and Choreography: Emma Scherer (Instagram: @emma.scherer)

Directed by: Basile Alaïmalaïs (Instagram: @grossenature)

Assisted by: Sébastien Baulain and Guillaume Pevée

Dancers: Elizabeth Allan, Natasha Jane Chambers, Grégory Garell, Romain Rachline, Emma Scherer, Marie Shirl

Music: Feel It Still by Portugal. The Man
This is a future classic.
1966, 1986, 2086
Killer.
They had the good sense to come to Portland 
Smart kids.
Great band.
I first heard this song a few years ago on the first season of The Masked Singer when Alien (LaToya Jackson) covered it. Might be the only time I've heard it, until today.
Played out for me...could come back in a few years and might sound better, but today, just seems common and boring...
 the_jake wrote:

Hey! This band is from Sarah Palin's hometown.

Isn't this a cover of this song?



Yay for Wasilla.  It's kind of a big deal when they occasionally come home and play a concert.  More of a big deal than when Sarah decides to "come home" from her "second home" in Arizona to grace us with her presence.  I enjoyed mailing my ballot in last week and not voting for her in the upcoming House of Representatives election.  Unfortunately, I think she's leading the polls.
 kbs wrote:

Hard to place the era this evokes/comes from. Disturbing lyrics. Strange and quirky but quite pleasing.



Same here, kbs. At first I thought I heard this back in the 90's and was surprised by the 2017 date. Checked out the wiki page, and while it is a reinterpretation of Please Mr. Postman, I was way off on my 90's estimate.  I like it though.
This was apparently Portugal. The Man's sellout song. If this is selling out, sign me up.
 kbs wrote:

Hard to place the era this evokes/comes from. Disturbing lyrics. Strange and quirky but quite pleasing.




"Ooh, wait a minute Mr. Postman"
Hey! This band is from Sarah Palin's hometown.

Isn't this a cover of this song?
Hard to place the era this evokes/comes from. Disturbing lyrics. Strange and quirky but quite pleasing.