The Rolling Stones rocked the roof of the Super Bowl. Viva the Rolling Stones! And I can’t believe all the whining about the censored lyrics? Good grief, folks, actually listen to that favorite wedding reception song: "Strokin," by Clarence Carter. Let the band crank it up, and Blue-haired aunts and grandma’s promptly prance onto the dance floor, to hold hands and sway with their adorable nieces and granddaughters in their cute frilly dresses.
Well, LISTEN to the lyrcis to that song!. Eminen himself would blush.
The Rolling Stones, on the other hand, had Lucifer overseeing the Russian Revolution. "I stood around St Petersburg, when I saw it was a time for a change. Killed the Czar and his ministers, Anastasia screamed in vain." Sympathy For The Devil, 1968.
They were on the ball then. And — as we saw Sunday night — they’re on the ball still.
It might only be Rock ‘n Roll–but I LIKE it!
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