100 Greatest Rolling Stones Songs


"Out of Time" (1966)

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The Stones' greatest Motown-style rave-up is about turning down an ex-lover (or "poor discarded baby") who wants to get back together. The band didn't release it as a single until 1975, but Jagger produced a version by British blues singer Chris Farlowe (signed to Andrew Loog Oldham's Immediate label), which was a U.K. hit in July 1966.

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