"Satellite" as written by and Roydel Anthony Johnson James Hince....
Lost her behind the station
Lost her behind the moon
Operator, operator, dial her back
Operator put me through
Uh huh, satellite gave up the ghost too soon

Rising on the thermals
She's all in and out the blue
Uh huh, carried her off on a silver spoon
I loved her too long, don't take her too
Ooh ooh

Oh how he crossed us on that fate your path in my own satellite
What a mess a little time makes to us when time and place collide
Operator, operator, dial her back
Operator, operator, don't take her too.
I loved her too her long, don't love her too

Operator, operator, dial her back
Operator, operator, don't take her too
I love her too her long, don't love her too, don't love her too
Ooh ooh
Ooh ooh
Ooh ooh
Ooh ooh


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"Satellite" as written by Roydel Anthony Johnson James Hince

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    General CommentI wasn't too sure of this at first. I mean it's the Kills so I automatically really like it but I didn't LOVE it. Fortunately it has really grown on me and I keep replaying it. I cannot wait for the new album!
    KidMemphison February 05, 2011   Link
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    Song MeaningIs this about how Alison was content to be Jamie's satellite, but then was carried away by her success with The Dead Weather?
    Odeon April 09, 2011   Link
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    General CommentOne of my favorite songs of 2011.
    It's so... CATCHY...
    XNeverMindon May 14, 2011   Link

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