Readers' Poll: The 10 Best Rolling Stones Deep Cuts

These tracks weren't released as singles, but they remain some of the most memorable tunes in rock history

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3. "Sway"

Tucked between "Brown Sugar" and "Wild Horses" on Sticky Fingers, "Sway" was the first truly great showcase for Mick Taylor. The guitarist wrote the song with Mick Jagger and believed he'd receive proper acknowledgement, but it was ultimately credited to Jagger/Richards even though Keith merely provided backing vocals. It was the type of indignity that Taylor was willing to put up with in the early days but would increasingly become an issue in later years. The guitarist played the tune with the Stones on three occasions in 2013. 

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