orris Albert (born Maurcio Alberto Kaisermann, 7 September 1951, So Paulo, So Paulo, Brazil) is a Brazilian singer and songwriter, famous for his 1975 hit single, "Feelings". "Feelings" is a song based on a melody composed by Loulou Gaste and made famous by Morris Albert, who recorded it as the title track of his 1975 debut album. The song's lyrics, recognizable by their "whoa whoa whoa" chorus, concern the singer's inability to "forget my feelings of love." Albert's original recording of the song was very successful, reaching #6 on the pop and #2 on the Adult Contemporary charts in America and performing well internationally. Over the next few years "Feelings" was performed by many other vocalists including Ella Fitzgerald, Nina Simone, Frank Sinatra, Engelbert Humperdinck, Julio Iglesias, Shirley Bassey, Glen Campbell, Sarah Vaughan, Sergey Penkin and Johnny Mathis. It was also recorded by numerous easy listening bandleaders and ensembles such as Percy Faith and 101 Strings.
In more recent years "Feelings" has been best known as a target of parody and ridicule for embodying what are perceived by many as the most insipid lyrical and musical.