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Girl, You Have No Faith In Medicine

on Elephant

by The White Stripes

First Played: 04/07/2003 02:23 AM
Last Played: 12/10/2021 02:05 AM
Total Plays: 63

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  • Lisa LeClair : 12/10/2021 02:05 AM
    Happy 47th birthday to Meg White, born on this day in 1974!
  • Evie : 09/28/2020 12:34 PM
    This song deals with the placebo effect, meaning that if you think you are taking medicine, you will feel better, even if the medicine contains no active ingredients. In the song, the girl's misery is in her head, and she has the power to feel better. This is Meg White's least favorite song of the band's because she finds the meaning behind the song problematic. She even made Jack White remove some lyrics before agreeing to record the song. In response to this, Jack would tease Meg by changing the lyrics to "Meg, you have no faith in medicine..." when performing this live. : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DtchPKoDMkc
  • Abbie : 04/01/2020 03:42 AM
    Elephant is the fourth studio album by the American rock duo the White Stripes. It was released on April 1, 2003, through V2, XL, and Third Man.
  • Kevin Cole : 05/07/2019 05:36 PM
    'Elephant' was recorded over two weeks in April 2002 in London's Toe Rag Studios except for the songs "Well It's True That We Love One Another," which was recorded at Toe Rag in November 2001, and "I Just Don't Know What to Do With Myself", which was recorded at the BBC's Maida Vale Studios.
  • Kevin Cole : 10/26/2018 04:12 PM
    A whole song about the Placebo effect!

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