The Devil card, when representing feelings, isn't always about the physical. There's no 'always' in Tarot. For me, it can signify a sense of being chained or connected to someone. This connection might be voluntary, but more often, it's an unexplainable tie that draws you toward them without logical reasons. It's that feeling of being so entwined with someone that you crave them like a vital substance, whether it's rooted in physical chemistry or emotional bondage.
Alternatively, it can evoke a sense of trouble as if the Devil is stirring mischief, and no positive outcome can arise. In such cases, the advice might be to run away or risk getting caught in a situation with potentially negative consequences, despite the allure or attractiveness of the situation – akin to an offer you can't refuse.
The Devil card can also feel like surrendering to your wild side, letting go of inhibitions, and indulging in pleasures, as if embracing the notion that if it feels too good, it must be sinful.
Furthermore, there's the contrast between the Devil you're familiar with and the unknown Devil. In this context, it may reflect feelings about making a choice, where the decision involves opting for what brings immediate pleasure, disregarding potential repercussions.