I Feel the Earth Move (disambiguation)

I Feel the Earth Move is the name of:

*I Feel the Earth Move (song), a Carole King song
*I Feel the Earth Move (album), A Martika album named after the Carole King song
*I Feel the Earth Move (opera section), a Philip Glass piece referencing the Carole King song


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