100 Greatest Rolling Stones Songs

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58. "Live With Me" (1969)

"Straight balls-to-the-wall rock & roll," Richards said of "Live With Me." Richards and Taylor exchange buzz-gun riffs, and Bobby Keys adds a torrid solo. The naughty lyrics – "The cook, she is a whore/The butler has a place for her behind the pantry door" – are said to be the reason the London Bach Choir didn't want its name listed in the credits of Let It Bleed.

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