Well, there’s one thing you can’t lose, it’s that feel
Your pants, your shirt, your shoes, but not that feel
You can throw it out in the rain, you can whip it like a dog
You can chop it down like an old dead tree
You can always see it, when you’re comin’ into town
Once you hang it on the wall, you can never take it down

But there’s one thing you can’t lose, and it’s that feel
You can pawn your watch and chain, but not that feel
It always comes and finds you, it will always hear you cry
I cross my wooden leg, and I swear on my glass eye
It will never leave you high and dry, never leave you loose
It’s harder to get rid of than tattoos

But there’s one thing you can’t lose, and it’s that feel
There’s one thing you can’t lose, it is that feel
You can throw it off a bridge, you can lose it in a fire
You can leave it at the altar, it will make you out a liar
You can fall down in the street, you can leave it in the lurch
Well, you say that it’s gospel, but I know that it’s only a church

But there’s one thing you can’t lose, and it’s that feel
Yes, there’s one thing you can’t lose, and it’s that feel
There’s one thing you can’t lose, and it’s that feel
And there’s one thing you can’t lose, and it’s that feel

Waits and Keith Richards, to be precise. Either way, have at ‘em, Jonny Boy.