|A||Feel Me (Extended Version)||7:03|
|B||Feel Me (Instrumental)||5:08|
|BLANC 2||Blancmange||Feel Me (7", Single, Pap)||London Records||BLANC 2||UK||1982|
|Dec-05-A, Dec-05-B||Blancmange||Feel Me (7", Single)||Decca, Decca||Dec-05-A, Dec-05-B||Philippines||1982|
|BLANC 2||Blancmange||Feel Me (7", Single, Sil)||London Records||BLANC 2||UK||1982|
|BLAPD 2||Blancmange||Feel Me (7", Single, Pic)||London Records||BLAPD 2||UK||1982|
|Blanc 2 DJ||Blancmange||Feel Me (7", Promo)||London Records||Blanc 2 DJ||UK||1982|
Album Happy Families. Feel me now Feel the pain Take the blame Feel the strain. Before a word was spoken My heart was broken. Feel me now Feel the pain Take the blame. Feel me now Feel the pain Take the blame Feel the same. Feel me now Feel the pain. Wait a minute Stop! Stop! Here comes a love song There goes the banister! Feel me now (x2). Find a plate glass window waiting for you And you and you Ohhh.
Feel Me" is a song by English synthpop duo Blancmange, released in 1982 as the second single from their debut studio album Happy Families. It was written by Neil Arthur and Stephen Luscombe, and produced by Mike Howlett. Feel Me" reached No. 46 in the UK and remained on the charts for five weeks. Speaking to Spill Magazine in 2018, Arthur recalled of the song's writing: "Stephen came in with a groove - my input was the words and the topline melody.
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Feel Me bass tab. by Blancmange. Tabbed by: bassm99 E-mail: alanmatthews1966o. Tuning: B, E, A, D, G. "Feel Me" from the album "Happy Families" (1982) Written by Arthur/Luscombe. Intro: G-D-A-E-5-5-5-5-5-(x4)-5-5-5-5-5-(x2)-0-0-0-0-0-(x1)- B-3-3-3-3-3-(x2)
Bass tablature for Feel Me by Blancmange. Rated . out of 5 by 6 users. Submitted by bassm99 on January 19, 2014. Tuning: E, A, D, G. "Feel Me" from the album "Happy Families" (1982) Written by Neil Arthur/Stephen Luscombe. Intro: G-d-a-e55555-.