Jack White's Coke Commercial - "Love is the truth"
When the deal with Coke was announced, White said, "I certainly wouldn't want a song that I'd already written to be used on a commercial. That seems strange. But to be asked to write something particular along one theme of love in a worldwide form that I'm not really used to appealed to me. I've written a song and I wrote it really quickly and it's an interesting commercial that's been made. I was inspired by the commercial."
The ad appears to involve interchangeable dopplegangers, or possibly clones, being loving and caring. Sweet! The relationship of love to artificially-sweetened-and-colored, carbonated beverages remains unclear to this viewer, unless the idea is an artificial love.