Meg White

Album: Gossip in the Grain (2008)
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Songfacts®:

  • This is an ode to the drummer and backing vocalist of The White Stripes, Meg White. LaMontagne told Rolling Stonemagazine: "I can only hope, that she doesn't think it's ridiculous."
  • LaMontagne was asked during a Reddit Q&A whether Meg White ever responded to the song. He replied: "She did, it was sweet. She really liked the song and took it the way it was meant to be - as an homage to her and Jack."

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  • Rm from UkBring back the white stripes!
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