Feeling Good by Micheal Buble

Let's analyze the song and feeling good ;)

As soon as the melody begins, you start to feel that something in your veins is blooming. You can feel the rhapsody in the voice of Buble. It's like he's just starting to live. He describes the natural things he is seeing; animals, trees, and other scenic things. It's like they were all newly created just for him to feel good. Maybe he was so unhappy, thinking that he wasn't in the right place, that he didn't look around to see how every part of nature completes each other as a whole. It sounds like he started walking around while he was feeling down, but as he stepped forward, he started to see how everything was in the right place, and it made him believe that he was in the right place too. So there was nothing to keep him from feeling good!  

Let's take a closer look to the lyrics in literary way! 

In the lyrics we come across a few poetical aspects, such as imagery, along with a lot of repetition. Before starting to read between the lines, let me give a brief explanation of what an imagery is. As you can understand, it comes from the word "image," which means a picture or outlook of something. So, "imagery" is the art of making the reader sense what is written. In other words, it sets the mood and helps you imagine the setting, which means place and time. And the "repetition" is—as you can simply understand—the chorus part, which keeps repeating throughout the song. There can be a few purposes for it, such as stressing something or just the structural issues.There are not very many, but this song has poetical elements such as hyperbolism and personification. Hyperbolism can be simply described as exaggeration. Personification is the process of imbuing nonhuman or inanimate objects with human characteristics. These types of things are used constantly in poems to express thoughts in a new light. The entire song is a metaphor. This can be interpreted differently based on how you approach it. Poetry uses metaphors more than anything else. It seems to take the meaning of the poem to a whole new level, as it does in this song.

imagery

personification

Birds flying high 
You know how I feel
Sun in the sky
You know how I feel
Breeze driftin' on by
You know how I feel

Fish in the sea
You know how I feel
River running free
You know how I feel
Blossom on a tree
You know how I feel

Dragonfly out in the sun, you know what I mean, don't you know
Butterflies all havin' fun, you know what I mean
Sleep in peace when day is done, that's what I mean
And this old world is a new world
And a bold world
For me
For me

Stars when you shine
You know how I feel
Scent of the pine
You know how I feel
Oh, freedom is mine
And I know how I feel