Top Ten The Rolling Stones Songs Which are First Thought of Whenever They are MentionedBritgirl As soon as The Rolling Stones is mentioned, which song automatically fills your head first? You might have other songs by them which you think of first that I haven't listed. If so, feel free to include it :)
The Top Ten
"Would ya think the boy's insane? "
It was one of the first Stones songs I learnt on guitar - BrianScott01
"Can't you hear me knockin'. Are you safe asleep? "... :). - Britgirl
"I'm the rank outsider. You can be my partner in crime.";).
"Make me burn the candle right down.";).
"Pleased to meet you! Hope you guessed my name." :).
"You got me just about to blow my top." :). - Britgirl
Food for thought indeed... It is still a beautiful song despite the meaning behind it; it's how our own mind interprets it; what our hearts tells us the song should really be about. My interpretation of the song is and has always been about ill-fated love. - Britgirl
For decades I thought this was one of the saddest but most beautiful songs about ill-fated love. Then I find out it's about saying goodbye to heroin. Makes ya wonder how many other things you took for granted have never been what they seem.
"I hear the click-clack of your feet on the stairs..."
Don't know when or why this title was changed. It originally was "Honky Tonk Woman." That's what it read on the single, and in fact what was sung on the studio original.
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2. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
3. Jumpin' Jack Flash