(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction - The Rolling Stones
I love The Rolling Stones more than anything probably, but this is not my favorite from them. I would have to say Beast of Burden, Miss You, Sympathy For The Devil, and Wild Horses would easily rank above it, but I'm surprised none of their stuff made top ten. It's a shame really, but then again neither did The Beatles. I would have to rank The Stones over The Beatles anyhow.
The greatest song of rock n roll era, I mean the beats get your blood pumping in a rhythm
I just can't stop myself from dancing unnecessarily to this song
This song is simply the greatest ever...
I can't get no... Satisfaction... But I try and I try and I try and I try... But I can't get no... No, no, no... Hey, hey, hey...Love this song... Yeah, yeah, yeah... Should be number 1... TOP TUNE
Amazing song that's pure rock and roll. Stones possibly greatest rock band ever and here they are, highest placed song at 48? Whilst Green Day are ahead? Get.. Real.
Liked many of the older Stones but thought this song was to repetitive and lacked the creativity of some of their other songs. It never grabbed me.
cmon this songs a bit better than #10 placing #2 on rolling stone magazine and #1 on vh1, 2 me its the greatest song ever to hit planet earth.
How is this not higher up on the list? One of the most iconic and wonderful songs of all time. Definitely deserves a higher spot on the chart.
i think it blew any other 60s song away the way it was done theres no need for any other contest this one takes the cake mate.
Listening to it over and over still like it like the first day...
How is Eminem higher than this song? He's so overrated... This song is great, and belongs in the top 5
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This should be at 4th place, just after Stairway, California and Hey Jude
This song means a lot easily one of the greatest songs of all time
rocknrolls finest song truly great. should be first
Number one of The Rolling Stones and top ten all time.
I play this song on the drums- the first song I learned to play but it was easy
The one of the most mysterious songs I have heard
Punk years before there was such a thing!
Sympathy for the devil was good too
"It's the three-note riff that sound the world", love this song, how this song ranked Nº2 ever can be in just a very bad 48th, every song must be compared to this one
8 weeks at #1 in the summer of 1965. A 58 or 59 Gibson Sunburst Les Paul played with a Fuzz-box(switching on and off). It was so new and cool at the time it was released!