Peter Frampton - Do You Feel Like We Do - Live 1975

Peter Frampton - Do You Feel Like We Do - Live 1975





"Do You Feel Like We Do" is a song by Peter Frampton originally appearing on the Frampton's Camel album that he released in 1973. The song became one of the highlights of his live performances in the following years, and it became one of the three hit singles released from his Frampton Comes Alive! album, released in 1976. The live version was recorded at the State University of New York Plattsburgh's Memorial Hall.


Most famously of these were the aforementioned talk box solos, which were performed using an effects pedal that redirects a guitar's sound through a tube coming from the performer's mouth, allowing the guitar to mimic human speech, similarly to a vocoder. Inspiration for the talk box came from Frampton listening to the call letters of Radio Luxembourg. Following the success of the talk box solos, Frampton subsequently marketed such talk boxes under his own "Framptone" brand.








Lyrics


Well woke up this morning with a wine glass in my hand

Whose wine, what wine, where the hell did I dine?

Must have been a dream I don't believe where I've been

Come on, let's do it again


Do you, you, feel like I do? (how'd ya feel?)

Do you, you, feel like I do?


My friend got busted, just the other day

They said, "don't walk, don't walk, don't walk away"

Drove him to a taxi, bent the boot, hit the bag

Had to play some music, otherwise he'd just crash


Do you, you, feel like I do? (how'd ya feel?)

Do you, you, feel like I

Do you, you, feel like I do?

Yes ya do

Do you, you, feel like I


Do you feel like we do?

Do you feel like we do?

Oh, that's true

Do you feel

Do you feel

Like we do?


I wanna thank you




Songwriters: Peter Frampton / Mick Gallagher / John Siomos / Rick Wills

Do You Feel like We Do lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group






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