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"Feels So Good" is a smooth jazz instrumental featured in the Season Nineteen episode, "Where My Country Gone?". Chuck Mangione is a popular flugelhorn player, a rare instrument in jazz music.


The new Canadian 4th students interrupt Mr. Garrison's lesson on the fall of the Roman Empire with a rendition of the Chuck Mangione song "Feels So Good" played with trumpets. According to PC Principal, the Canadians perform the song as a religious ritual at the hours of 8:00 AM and 11 (it is not specified if this AM or PM) all Canadians face east and play Chuck Mangione.

Mr. Garrison becomes so angry due his bigotry he insults the Canadian students by calling them "Canucks". P.C. Principal orders Mr. Garrison to attend a Canadian language class for his insensitivity. While there, he daydreams about a song that is itself interrupted by Canadians playing "Feels So Good" saying it sounds like Chuck Mangione.

Songs from Season Nineteen
Amazing Grace | Bad To The Bone | Canadian Alphabet | Feels So Good | Fuck tha Police | Genius of Love | Got To Be Real | He's Got the Whole World in His Hands | Hear My Prayer | Indita Mia | In My Safe Space | PC Chant | Say Something | The Book of Love | The Safety Dance | The Yelper Special | U Can't Touch This | Watch Me (Whip-Nae Nae) | Where Has My Country Gone?

See also: List of Songs | List of Minor Characters from Season Nineteen | Season Nineteen