"A Million Miles Away" as written by and Joey Alkes Peter Case....
Friday night, I just got back
Had my eyes shut, was dreamin' 'bout the past
I thought about you while the radio played
I shoulda got loaded, some reason I stayed

I started drifting to a different place
I realized I was fallin' off the face of the world
And there was nothing there to bring you back

'Cause you're a million miles away
A million miles away
And there's nothing there to bring you back today
Today, oh no

I took a ride way downtown
The streets were empty, there was no one around
I went to places that we used to go
Seen all the faces that we used to know

I'm at the wrong end of the looking-glass
I tried to hold onto the hand of the past and then you
And there's nothing there to bring you back

'Cause you're a million miles away
A million miles away
And there's nothing there to bring you back today
Today, oh no

'Cause you're a million miles away
A million miles away
You're just a million miles away
A million miles away
And there's nothing there to bring you back today
Today, oh no!


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"Million Miles Away" as written by Joey Alkes Chris Fradkin

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A Million Miles Away (The Plimsouls cover) song meanings
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    General CommentOkay, I've got it... The Plimsouls called it "A Million Miles Away" and the Goo Goo Dolls called their cover of the song "MIllion Miles Away"
    wheaties409on July 29, 2005   Link
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    General Commenti think this is one of the goos better covers....keep rocking guys :-)!!!
    Marbar7890on December 03, 2004   Link
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    General Commentisn't it Million Miles Away and not A Million Miles Away
    wheaties409on July 24, 2005   Link
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    General CommentGreat song off a great album that was the last good one they ever made, apparently.
    TonyInPortlandon April 23, 2015   Link

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