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  1. When the Rolling Stones performed the song on Shindig! in 1965, the line "trying to make some girl" was censored, although a performance on The Ed Sullivan Show on 13 February 1966 was uncensored. Forty years later, when the band performed three songs during the February 2006 Super Bowl XL halftime show, "Satisfaction" was the only one of the ...

  2. Sep 18, 2019 · Taylor Swift bursts into her mom’s Nashville kitchen, smiling, looking remarkably like Taylor Swift. (That red-lip, classic thing? Check.) “I need someone to help dye my hair pink,” she says ...

  3. “Have You Seen Your Mother Baby, Standing In The Shadow?”—The Rolling Stones “Baby, I Can't Please You”—Sam Phillips “Ooh Baby Baby”—Smokey Robinson & The Miracles “Babyface”—U2 “Real Love Baby”—Father John Misty “Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)”—Cher “Can't Get Enough of You Baby”—Smash Mouth

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  6. Mar 29, 2017 · Written by Keith Richards and Mick Jagger, this seemingly upbeat song showcases The Rolling Stones’ ability to add a profound lyrical depth and meaning to their work. “Sympathy For The Devil” is sung from a first person narrator that sings about committing some of the world’s darkest atrocities.

  7. Aug 26, 2022 · An eerie silence descended on AAMI Park and Fox League's cameras panned away from the scene as Radley was eventually stretched off the field by the medicos.

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