Santana -1970 – Hope You’re Feeling Better

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Hope You’re Feeling Better” is the eighth track and third single from the 1970 Santana album Abraxas. It was written by the band’s singer Gregg Rolie and released as a single in 1971.
The lyrics describe how a character tries to change their lifestyle but ends up losing their child, moving town and losing their friends.

Fun facts about Santana? Glad you asked!

  • Santana played Woodstock before their first album came out. Santana says he was on acid during the performance, and remembers none of it.
  • Two early Santana members, Greg Rolie and Neal Schon, left the band and formed Journey.
  • Born in Mexico, he has been a naturalized U.S. citizen since 1965.
  • Carlos ranks number 15 on Rolling Stones Magazine’s list of 100 Best Guitarist.


Hope You’re Feeling Better lyrics below+

Is that you
Your eyes slowly fading?
Is that you
Your mind full of tears?
Is that you
Searching for a good time?
Is that you
Waitin’ for all these years?

And I hope you’re feelin’ better
Yes I hope you’re feelin’ good
Yes I hope you’re feelin’ better

Is that you?
Look across the ocean
Is that you
Thinkin nothin’ is really there?
Is that you
Waiting for the sunshine?
Is that you
When all you see is glare?

Is that you
Who never saw your baby?
Is that you
Who never had a friend?
Is that you
Movin’ to a new town?
Is that you
Will di’monds replace your friends?

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