2. "Moonlight Mile"
If the Rolling Stones do go ahead and perform Sticky Fingers this summer, the highlight might wind up being "Moonlight Mile," especially if they splurge for a string section to play the song properly. The six-minute tune wraps up the album with gorgeous arrangement by Paul Buckmaster, who was working similar magic with Elton John at the exact same time, and this elevated the song into an absolute masterpiece. The Stones tried it live in 1999, but it never truly took off.