Portugal. The Man

Music Television presents Portugal. The Man and the music videos to the songs titled Feel It Still and Number One

Below are two music videos from the Portugal. The Man album titled Woodstock.

The first video is to the song titled Feel It Still, which is track #4 on Woodstock.

Portugal. The Man - "Feel It Still"

See the interactive version of the Feel It Still music video that the band created at FeelItStill.com - The group offers instructions on using 30 tools of #theresistance to fight apathy and injustice hidden in the film.

The next video up is to the song titled Number One which is #track #1 on Woodstock.

Portugal. The Man - Number One (featuring Richie Havens & Son Little)

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NUMBER ONE - PRODUCTION CREDITS AND LYRICS
W+K PORTLAND
Creative Director: Jason Kreher
Art Director: Garrett Close
Motion+Studio Designers: Alex Bernard, Garrett Close, Carlos Enciso, Daniel Moreno, & Miyu Shirotsuka.
Creative Manager: Annie Barker
Business Affairs: Amber Lavender & Brian Cook
Motion Animators: Alex Bernard, Carlos Enciso, & Daniel Moreno
Motion Producers: Saira Weigel, & Dennis Samatulski

PRODUCTION
Production Company: Wieden + Kennedy Production
Director: Jason Kreher
DP: Quentin van den Bossche
1st Camera Assistant: Jason Roark
Gaffer: Bruce “Sarge” Fleskes
Grip: Brian “Coach” Fleskes
Audio: Anders Lund
DIT: Jeredon O’Conner
Producer: Shelli Jury
Production Manager: Rachel Gardell

EDITORIAL
Editorial Company: Joint
Editor: Nicholas Davis
Asst. Editor: Kristy Faris
Post Producer: Catherine Liu
Post Executive Producer: Leslie Carthy

Lyrics - Number One by Portugal. The Man featuring Richie Havens & Son Little

freedom
sometimes I feel like a motherless child
sometimes I feel like a motherless child
a long way from my home
sometimes I feel like I’m almost gone
sometimes I feel like I’m almost gone

when the morning came
like another’s pain
but didn’t know to fade
like the sound it made
lets go down the drain
with the falling rain
wash away the stains
in the evening shade

it’s that suffering
don’t know why it brings
such sweet memories
will be the enemy

but you’ll come out alright
I know it seems there’s no end in sight
but it doesn’t mean you can’t put up a fight
but ya don’t no no
but ya don’t no no

all the trails we blazed
have long since been paved
leading the modern age
on down memory lane
can’t turn the page
like like it’s just a phase
somehow still be amazed
that the leaves had changed

it’s that suffering
don’t know why it brings
such sweet memories
will be the enemy

but you’ll come out alright
I know it seems there’s no end in sight
but it doesn’t mean you can’t put up a fight
but ya don’t no no
but ya don’t no no
but you’ll come out alright
I know it seems there’s no end in sight
but it doesn’t mean you can’t put up a fight
but ya don’t no no
but ya don’t no no

sometimes I feel like I’m almost gone
sometimes I feel like I’m almost gone
when I need my brother
father
sister
mother
It’s gonna be alright telling white lies
late nights to sunrise
cause when we rise up we rise up above
all of the chaos to get lost
don’t make me don’t make me wake up
cause I’m gonna be like a drug
that never gets old or gives hope
but baby you make me feel loved