"I Feel Love (Every Million MIles)" as written by Dean Anthony Fertita and Alison Mosshart....
Nothing is a color
I cross the desert
Nothing is alive

What does the black top know that I have not cracked with my mind
Nothing is a color
Gray as the pill
Nobody cries
Why do the screek lamp shine on still
Nothing is alive

I feel love every million miles
I feel love
Every once in a while

I feel love every million miles
I feel love
Every once in a while

Nothing is a color
I cross the desert
Nothing is alive

What does the black top know that I have not cracked with my mind
Nothing is a color
Gray as the pill
Deep in the eye
Why do the screek lamp shine on still
When nothing is alive

I feel love every million miles
I feel love
Every once in a while

I feel love every million miles
I feel love
Every once in a while

Why does my heartbeat feel like a speaker?
Feeding back
Repeater, repeater

Why does my heartbeat feel like a speaker?
Feeding back
Repeater, repeater

Why does my heartbeat feel like a speaker?
Feeding back
Repeater, repeater

Why does my heartbeat feel like a speaker?
Feeding back
I feel love every million miles
I feel love
Every once in a while
I feel love every million miles
I feel love
Every once in a while


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"I Feel Love (Every Million Miles)" as written by Dean Anthony Fertita Alison Mosshart

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    My Interpretation1st comment... I heard this on the local college station (Milwaukee) and I immediately though "Jack White" and the meaning is that he can travel 1 Million miles whilst fucking chicks in every town but he only feels "love" about every Million Miles. What a relief he is still human.
    abraxas365on October 12, 2015   Link

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