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Published on Jul 10, 2012
"Wild Horses" was released in the spring of 1971 on The Rolling Stones' ninth album, Sticky Fingers. This was a record of many firsts: 1st album of the 70's 1st album without any contributions from founding member Brian 1st album on which Mick Jagger is credited with guitar playing 1st album on the band's new label, Rolling Stones Records 1st album with a full-length appearance by Mick Taylor ....so, yeah this was the beginning of a new era for The Rolliing Stones. The album made #63 on Rolling Stones 500 Greatest Albums of All Time!
The video is chock full of you know....horses! As is the case with numerous videos I've made, I found so many great images that I couldn't decide which to use, so I ended up just cramming 'em all in there....sometimes more than once! ;-). And as with those other videos, I realize that it needed to be edited down in order to achieve a more natural movement for the song, but....yeah, it didn't happen...so...........hope you like horses! ;-)
Special thanks to the artists behind the wonderful/beautiful horse photos....especially whoever created the amazing video clip of the horses running on the beach! Incredible!
[Lyrics] Childhood living is easy to do The things you wanted I bought them for you Graceless lady you know who I am You know I can't let you slide through my hands Wild horses, couldn't drag me away Wild wild horses couldn't drag me away
I watched you suffer a dull aching pain Now you decided to show me the same No sweeping exits or off stage lines Could make me feel bitter or treat you unkind Wild horses, couldn't drag me away Wild wild horses couldn't drag me away
I know I've dreamed you a sin and a lie I have my freedom but I don't have much time Faith has been broken tears must be cried Let's do some living after we die Wild horses, couldn't drag me away Wild wild horses we'll ride them someday Wild horses, couldn't drag me away Wild wild horses we'll ride them someday