Portugal. The Man: Feel It Still Meaning
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Song Released: 2017
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Feel It Still Lyrics
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
anonymous Jan 10th, 1:03pm report
The part about the babysitter momma calling the grave digger protests got very violent he realizes he has a young child too care for
anonymous Nov 3rd, 11:42am report
The lyrics "Rebel just for kicks now" is meaning that once rebelling was important as it made big changes in our world like back in the 60s when protests began. But now, rebelling rarely makes a change so if people are rebelling they are just "rebelling for kick"
anonymous Nov 1st, 11:40pm report
"Rebel just for kicks" implies that rebelling is no longer an action of substance but an action based on nothingness.
As society progresses people will always be bitching about something and there is an endless sea of brainless sheep who are willing to follow blindly so long as they can feel like they are a part of something that makes them feel important in their pathetic lives.
anonymous Nov 1st, 11:09am report
Could someone please give possible meaning to the lyrics. . . "Even with a babysitter, mama callef the grave digger. . . Gone with the fallen leaves. . . "
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anonymous Oct 12th, 10:11pm report
its abut him being able to think back in the 1960s when everything towards technolgy was not really advanced,therefore the only thing they basiclly did for fun was dance,which is why she says,"im a rebel just for kicks" because,she wants to get down on the music/flow.
anonymous Oct 7th, 10:57am report
It's about the 60s and the unrest and war that took place. The undercurrents are coming back. We don't seem have learned anything about ourselves as a nation. Scary!
anonymous Sep 4th, 2017 9:44pm report
I think it's about people who are rebelling and in the 1960s
anonymous May 16th, 2017 5:35am report
Clearly a song with political undertones. It's calling for a revival of the movements of the late 60s, something still in the heart of the singer. However, a lot of people are "rebels just for kicks" with little to back their beliefs.
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