Feels So Right Alabama
Back in the mid-eighties, I played in a band and we did this
Alabama song. I was the one who worked it out off of a tape,
so the key should be pretty close, but you can never tell with
a cassette--the player may be sluggish. We started the song in
D, a half step down from what's shown below. Watch for the Key
change and the little ditty that get's you there. Hope it works
FEELS SO RIGHT -- Alabama
[Eb]Wisper to me [G#]softly, breathe [Eb]words upon my [G#]skin.
[Eb]No one's near and [G#]listening, so [Eb]please, don't say [G#]goodbye.
Just [Cm]hold me close and [G#]love me, [Cm]press your lips to [G#]mine.
[Fm]Mmmm, Mmmm, [A#]Mmmm, feels so rig[Eb]ht. [G#] Feels so rig[Eb]ht.[G#]
[Eb]Lying here [G#]beside you, I hear the [Eb]echos of your [G#]sighs.
[Eb]Promise me you'll [G#]stay with me and [Eb]keep me warm to[G#]night.
So [Cm]hold me close and [G#]love me, g[Cm]ive my heart a sm[G#]ile.
[Fm]Mmmm, Mmmm, M[A#]mmm, feels so ri[Eb]ght. [G#] Feels so r[Eb]ight.[G#]
Ditty: G Am A# Am C
[F]Your body feels so [Bb]gentle, and my pa[F]ssion's rising h[Bd]igh.
[F]You're lovin' me so [Bb]easy, your [F]wish is my com[Bb]mand.
Just [Dm]hold me close and [Bb]love me, [Dm]tell me it won't [Bb]end.
[Gm]Mmmm, Mmmm, M[C]mmm, feels so ri[F]ght.[Bb] Feels so ri[F]ght.[Bb]
Feels so right[F].